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Tiffany Zhong

Shared November 18, 2018

The bigger the house, the more they worked to afford it, the more prescription bottles they had.

The bigger the house, the more they worked to afford it, the more prescription bottles they had.

Lawrence Casiraya

Shared December 13, 2018

I vowed never to have a house bigger than I could clean myself.

Jacqueline Stark

Shared December 18, 2016

I stopped snooping after that. I didn't have to. The bigger the house, the more they worked to afford it, the more prescription bottles they had. I started to see the fact that I couldn't afford to buy my daughter fancy electronics as a luxury. We went to the beach and looked for crabs under the rocks instead. We spent rainy Saturdays doing a 25-cent puzzle. I vowed never to have a house bigger than I could clean myself.

Helen V. Holmes

Shared January 8, 2017

The bigger the house, the more they worked to afford it, the more prescription bottles they had. I started to see the fact that I couldn't afford to buy my daughter fancy electronics as a luxury. We went to the beach and looked for crabs under the rocks instead. We spent rainy Saturdays doing a 25-cent puzzle. I vowed never to have a house bigger than I could clean myself.

kkl1226 Luttkus

Shared September 2, 2017

You have to read this.

Emily Blake

Shared November 14, 2018

Haha!

Catherine Toovey

Shared December 6, 2018

"The bigger the house, the more they worked to afford it, the more prescription bottles they had. I started to see the fact that I couldn't afford to buy my daughter fancy electronics as a luxury. We went to the beach and looked for crabs under the rocks instead. We spent rainy Saturdays doing a 25-cent puzzle. I vowed never to have a house bigger than I could clean myself."