This is part 6 of 30 Things My Kids Should Know About Me.
Hit the lottery
Hitting the lottery would mean no debating on going back to work for me. We could pay off the house, both cars, the crazy amount of medical debt we have now, and all the other miscellaneous debt we owe. Hitting the lottery wouldn’t change us in the sense that it does some people. We would spend it reasonably, use it to relieve our everyday stresses, and not worry about putting the boys through college.
A Magic Cleaning Fairy
I hate cleaning. No one in this house is good at picking up stuff and putting it away. We’re just not those kind of people. If we could just play and live all day as we please, go to bed each night, then wake up to a clean house, I’d be the happiest person around.
No more Crime
I don’t know if crime has actually gotten worse since I was a child, or if social media has just blown it up in our daily newsfeed. Either way, I’m scared for my children. I don’t want them to be afraid to live their lives, but more and more I’m becoming one of those crazy mothers that doesn’t want to leave the house for fear of something happening to my children. There’s too many crazy people out there that are causing harm to each other over the smallest things (or sometimes just because). Sounds cliché, but “Can’t we all just get along”?