Erik still has no job. Thank you University of Arizona for screwing us so badly. I will make sure that none of my children get an education from you.
So, what does a family with no income for 4.5 months do for fun?
Gluttonous use of water in the kid's old baby pool. Oh, but it gets worse.
We wanted the dogs in the pool for entertainment so I threw a couple ice cubes in there. They LOVE ice cubes. However, they weren't interested in them floating around the pool so I brought out carrots.
I think they love carrots more than ice cubes.
We threw carrots in the pool and watched the dogs dive for them. Now that is fun!
You can see from Kat's expression that she is having the best time of her life.
The dogs are really enjoying it, too.
You can also tell that I'm having a really bad day. Sorry. I'll come back when I'm in a better mood or when Erik finally gets a job. Whichever comes first.
Erik and I make lists of things we want to repair/replace after he gets a job. We're like little kids at Christmas making their wish list. The list keeps getting longer and longer.
There is no living anymore. It's simply existing. There is nothing to look forward to. There are no feelings. Nothing.