Now, I see all sorts of things I did wrong in the handling of the filly today, but that's mostly because I was concentrating on getting a video, rather than what was best for her. I hope you enjoy the movie.
I went and checked on that job. Several of the employees there live in my town. It's a sit-down job, so I could do that. BUT... it pays $5.40 an hour. My time with Cliff would be disrupted, and it would be hard to prepare meals properly. We'd be back on the old he-works-nights-and-I-work-days thing. By the time you subtract the amount my daughter pays me for watching the girls, and the price of a ride to work, I might net $120 a week more than what I get at present. Now, if we were in dire financial straits, of course I'd take the job.
But we're doing fine. Cliff remarked that I usually spend more when I have a job, so we'd probably go in the hole, with no more pay than that!