Important Life Lessons For Transitioning Yourself Into Adulthood


Let me first start off by saying that the things I’m about to tell you are important life lessons for transitioning yourself into adulthood. 
Did you know that if you don’t have insurance and expired tags the cops can come to your house even when you’re not out driving? Now, I guess what’s the most bothersome to me is that Owensboro had an EXTREME Meth and crack addiction. Soooo, instead of really paying attention to those idiots out there making and selling and distributing Meth and crack right in your backyard, they pick on my husband with a purple tracker that is just trying to make his way to a shitty 7.25 an hour job. I’m not saying were above the law. Obviously,  we’re not. I’m saying that some of us have to take back roads and go out of our way until tax time comes around. Not because we want to, but because we can’t afford new tags, because new tags requires insurance, insurance is expensive,  and most of the time we are just living paycheck to paycheck.  We don’t even buy anything extravagant for ourselves.
A luxury to us is getting to go to the fucking dentist. So, Trent comes upstairs and informs me that he can no longer drive until he gets insurance and tags. Which fucks up my day too, because Trent is my primary way to get anywhere.  “When am I going to get help?” Trent says with tears I’m his eyes. I don’t know what to tell him anymore. I know it’s the week before Christmas,  and there’s only so many times I can pull a rabbit out of my ass. And frankly, I’m tired of having to be the one to figure shit out. So, until further notice, I’ll be walking everywhere or taking a bus. Merry Christmas everyone.

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