The Highs and Lows
As I looked around at what I had to do I had to keep adding to the list I was making in my mind, then adding the cost of doing those things to the overwhelming debt I'm already in and decided that most of my plans would probably not happen. I know I'm luckier than a lot of people who are losing jobs and homes, but it's still depressing to know that my ambitions are for naught, and worse - bills keep piling up for the unexpected twists and turns which have to be dealt with on an increasingly more frequent basis.
My life insurance expires when I reach age 94, and I can cash that in then, so that's one thing to look forward to. Maybe I'll put off getting new tires until then.