$30,000 in change??????
Yep. He had a false wall in his gun closet with 38 5gal buckets full of change & a note.
When we brought you home, I put all of the change in my pockets into a jar. I did the same thing every day since. My plan was to give you a little help with your first car, but you saved your money, brought a run down 76 Monte Carlo, fixed it up yourself. I was so proud of you. I kept adding to it, with the plan to help you with college, but you worked your add off & got scholarships plus you joined the Army to ensure you could pay for it yourself. So I kept adding to help you buy a house. You saved your money and did that on your own too. You're a good son.
When the Dr told me I didn't have long I was going to take it to the bank & deposit it for you... then I remembered all of the times you were a jackass. So, I suggest a better truck.