“Live as if tomorrow is your last and you will never regret the yesterdays passed.”
—Brian “Trigs” Hague
Today’s story is about Phil, the fifty-dollar dad.
Jack is an enterprising young lad. The youngest of four boys. Definitely driven.
He’s been working extra chores for two weeks. Saving up. Just a few bucks more. Rationing his snack money. Selling old baseball cards. Whatever he can.
50 dollars. A dream to most 8 year olds, but not to this little man. Jack saves while his brothers spend. He works while they watch TV. $4. $9. $17. $29. $44. $49. And then, he is there. Fifty bucks in his hand. Jack has a plan. READ MORE