I was cooking soup and a turkey dinner, along with pie, today. I ran outside during a break and cut the lawn. As I was putting the lawn mower away, the man from across the road came walking over, digital camera in hand. He’s nice enough, but I didn’t have the time. Later on, I saw him spraying his plants outside. He was also taking pictures of his car out front. His front lawn is immaculate. He lives alone and has tons of money, but he seems a little lonely. I said to Charlene, “There is a man with too much time and too much money.” By comparison, I have nowhere near enough time or (sob) money. I think that way, but I really do have a lot. Would I trade the mess the kids make on a daily basis, the bills that come from having a growing family, and all the busyness to live alone with high-tech gadgets? Not a chance. I do wish I had a little more time and just a teeny bit more money (how much is enough?), but what I have is really enough. And it’s good. It’s all good.