I think It takes too much energy to be miserable

It seems that every time my partner Bob and I get new things, the kids find a way to destroy them.

  • I guess that kids will get into mischief and kids will cause messes, however I’m unquestionably frustrated with the fact that these rambunctious kids seem to split everything before both of us ever have a chance to use it.

Bob replaced the garbage disposal with a brand new machine. The kids broke it the very next day by putting a spoon inside of it. The brand new recliner in the kitchen already has a rip and both of us have only had the chair since christmas. Bob ,and I went to the hardware store over the weekend and both of us picked out a brand new smart thermostat for the house. Bob knew the smart thermostat would help us save currency on all of our heating and cooling bills. It took Bob nearly 3 hours to set up the smart thermostat. The Wi-Fi wasn’t exactly easy to figure out. They should have given us an iPhone number to call for technical help instead of a couple of problem shooting tips on the back of the page. I never even got the chance to program the smart thermostat before my kids broke that machine too. They were playing football in the hall although I told them they are supposed to go outside with the football. They didn’t think they were going to split anything however my child threw the football into the wall and my other child missed the catch. The ball hit the smart thermostat and knocked it to the ground. It broke into several weird pieces. The bull smashed the inside of the smart thermostat. When I tried putting the machine back together, there was an error message blinking on the front.



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