My oldest stood in the doorway of the pantry complaining that “there’s never enough.”
They don’t nibble, they gnaw. They don’t scurry, they scavenge. They’re not mice, they’re mammoths. And they bring friends!
With 5 people in the house, we have no problem ridding of groceries. $150-$200 a week spent on groceries is never enough.
Though, in this post, I’m not really worried about feeding my children.
Rather, I’m worried about this constant perspective we carry around, that there is ‘never enough’ in our lives.