Every month, the hospital deducts $20 from David's paycheck and he, in turn, gets $250 to spend in the cafeteria. Talk about a great return on an investment! Of course, that's only if you exclude the future medical expenses we are certain to incur as a result of our clogged arteries since the hospital only serves food that starts with "fried" (e.g. fried chicken, fried okra, fried frenchies...I mean, french fries).
So, David's assignment every month is to zero out his $250 balance by the last day of the month. This can be accomplished by bringing home any number of items: yogurt cups, Cobb salad, cookies, chips, or best of all, my favorite beverage: mini-cartons of chocolate milk.
So, with all this hoopla about how the country is spiraling into a financial black hole, it's nice to know we have one investment that yields an excellent return. Hey, maybe I can stop posting Google Ads on my blog now...nah:)
David bringing home his spoils on February 28
And here's what Caleb has to say a bout that:
(Yes, he is in PJ's...AGAIN)