I’ve lost something and I can’t seem to find it.
I have searched everywhere and it’s nowhere to be found.

Have you seen it?

It’s one of my most prized posessions and now it’s gone.

My mom first taught me about this wonderful gift, for she has one too. When I was at home with my parents I was able to take advantage of it. And even though my dad said it was no longer free to have, my mom was able to find a way to use it.

When I got married my dad told me I had to find my own and my mother’s was no longer available to me.

I was so sad. I was unsure. What was I to do without this treasure?

And then, I realized I had one too! ( It took me a little while to find it, but find it I did!)

I was thrilled! And soon I began to take full advantage of this good fortune.

But then, my husband said that it was no longer free to have. He said I had to be careful and aware of how I used it. ( I think he has been talking to my father.)

I didn’t listen.

And now, it’s gone.
I can’t find it anywhere.

I’m so sad. I’m unsure. What am I suppose to do without my money tree?

My husband says it was no longer blooming, so he cut it down.

How am I suppose to buy another pair of shoes or sunglasses or cute, unnecessary dollar stuff at Target without my tree?

My husband keeps using the word budget.
I’ve got to find that tree!

Have you seen it?
This use to work for me!

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