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All menus are served with whole grain bread and 1% milk unless otherwise noted Wednesday – BBQ Chicken Legs, Baked Potato, Sour Cream, Mixed Vegetables, Pears Thursday – Baked Fish, Hash Brown, Glazed Carrots, Pudding with Fruit Friday – Swedish Meatballs, Noodles, Peas, Fruity Slaw with Mandarin Oranges Monday – Meatloaf, Rice, Peas & Carrots, Red Jello with Peaches Tuesday – Turkey Tetrazzini, Fresh Tomato, Mandarin Oranges The Write Pen YOUR WAKE-UP CALL Dear Dave, My husband and I are both 50, and we make about $50,000 a year. We have a little bit of debt, and recently my mother-inlaw moved in with us due to health issues. We’ve always gotten by, but now we’re struggling with the additional expense of having her with us. We love her, but we’re unsure what to do financially. Do you have any suggestions? Jen BY DARIS HOWARD “Then I don’t want it,” Mom said. No amount of coaxing could encourage her to try it, so David finally set it down and joined in a rousing game of marshmallow war. Meanwhile, Mom turned back to write in her journal. “Shoot!” she said, “I forgot to get myself a pen.” “No problem,” I replied. “I’ll get one for you.” I had just gotten up when she informed me she had found one. She tried to write in her journal for a while and then exclaimed, “This useless pen must be totally out of ink. I might as well take it inside and throw it away.” About that time, the game ended, and everyone moved into the house to watch a movie. David walked over and picked up his computer, but then, as he looked all around, we could all tell something was wrong. “What’s the matter?” I asked. “I’ve lost my stylus,” he replied. We all looked for it, but it had disappeared. Suddenly my wife remembered Mom cussing the pen. Instantly, everyone knew where the stylus had gone. David rushed into the house with the rest of us close behind. When he asked Mom about the stylus, she shook her head. “I haven’t seen any — whatever you call it.” “Did you find a pen?” David asked. “Only this worthless one that is out of ink,” she said, pulling the stylus from her pocket. “I brought it in to throw it away.” “Ahhh!” David exclaimed. “That’s my stylus. You can’t throw it away.” Mom frowned and said, “That’s sure a lot of fuss over a pen that doesn’t even write.” I always look forward to our family reunions, not only because I get to see all my family, but because I get to check out the newest technology. My brother David works in the tech industry, and one of his assignments is to test Dear Jen, the newest computers to Anytime things get tight and something like that happens, determine what items his it’s your wake-up call. It’s the phone ringing, so I’m going to employer should adopt. tell you to pick up the phone. It’s telling you that you’ve been As usual, he brought the kind of sloppy and disorganized with your finances in the latest computer, and as we past, but you’ve made just enough money to get away with it. sat outside under the trees, Her moving in tightened things up, and that’s he let us try it. A person understandable to a point. But it has shone a spotlight on the could take the screen off and fact that you’re going to have to start doing a written plan use it as a tablet, or connect and behaving. Chances are you’re going to have to cut back it to the keyboard like a on some stuff, because you’ve chosen to take care of her. This computer. It also had a full is an honorable choice and a wonderful thing you’re doing, by docking station. Its ram and the way. hard drive space exceeded With this added responsibility you’ve taken on — and all of the computers I own many Americans are facing the same thing — you’re going combined. to find yourselves on one end of the Sandwich Generation. Of course, for the price of They’re sandwiched between taking care of their parents and it I could have made a couple taking care of their grown kids. And the way you handle it is of mortgage payments. with a written budget. The stylus alone was over The good news is that with a detailed plan, you can a hundred dollars, and it analyze whether you need extra income, if you need to cut was nothing more than an some expenses or both. You’ve got to create a little margin to expensive mouse in the have a clear picture of your future. If you just wander along shape of a pen. without a plan, you’re going to make a mess out of this, and Everyone was duly it’s going to get bad fast. impressed — everyone, that —Dave is, except our mother. When David asked her if she would like to try it, she said, “Just WHAT PERCENTAGE what would I use it for?” Dear Dave, David tried to think of What percentage of your total net worth should your something, but couldn’t. personal residence be during retirement? Then he saw her journal Sue sitting on her lap, and he knew the perfect thing. “With Dear Sue, this computer,” he said, Honestly, I don’t have a set percentage for this kind of “you can speak and it will thing. The larger your net worth, the smaller the percentage transform your speech into would be. Let’s say you’re worth $5 million. In this scenario, text. Just think how fast you you wouldn’t want to have 50 percent in your home. But if could write your journal.” you’re worth $150,000, you’re probably going to have more “But I don’t want to talk than 50 percent in your home. So, the smaller your net worth is, the larger the percentage my journal,” Mom said. “I want to write it. What would your home will likely be. That’s very reasonable, and it’s one way you can look at. If you’re in the million-dollar range of net I do with a talked journal?” “But that’s just the point,” worth, I don’t think I’d want to have half or more of it in my David said. “It transforms house. But I think you see how I’m looking at that. You want to try your speech into written and have as small a portion as possible, but you also have to text.” “And does it do it with my have a home that’s suitable for your needs. handwriting?” Mom asked. —Dave “Well, no,” David hesitantly replied. * Dave Ramsey is America’s trusted voice on money and business. He has authored five New York Times best-selling books. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 8.5 million listeners each week on more than 11th Annual 550 radio stations. Dave’s latest project, EveryDollar, provides a free online budget tool. Follow Dave on Twitter at @DaveRamsey and on the web at Saturday, August 8, 2015 daveramsey.com. 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Winchester Spurs. Johnson Model QD-10 Outboard Motor. Early Automobile Grills Chevrolet, Hudson & Others. Hood Ornaments & Decals. Car Lamps. Buggy Lamps. Barn Lanterns. Kool Cigarettes Advertising Sail Boat. Several John Deere Parts Catalogs. Ass’t of Misc. Farm Literature. Asst. of Local Advertising Mirrors: Hartington, Coleridge, Newcastle, Bow Valley Etc: Hartington: Suing Furniture, Great Northern Mills, Your Bakery, Hartington Hatchery, Olof Klandrud, John Kathol, Peoples Store & More. Coleridge, NE: Gene’s Implement, Farmers Elevator. Gas Lamps & Hanging Light Fixtures. Cookie Jars. Gas & Oil Items. Many Old Tins. Stereo Cards. Cast Iron Parlor Stove. Phonoharp. GEM Roller Organ. Davey Crocket Bear Rug w/ Original Box. Numerous Vintage Prints. Sausage Stuffers. Many Great Old Irons. US Army Traveling Sacrament Set. Green Sandwich Glass. Western Glassware. Cast Iron Seats. Several Wringer Washers - Some Wooden. Many NOS Maytag Parts for Engines & Washers Etc. 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