I'm home dear. Welcome home. Oh my. You look tired. You do too. You work very hard. Don't you? Well, we're supposed
to, aren't we? I earned 10 today. Oh, what a blessing. First things first. Let's pay our tithing. But what if we
don't have enough. That's where faith comes in. So what's next? Let's buy our food, and
bus fare, and pay rent, and then it will be
nice to buy a chair. But we can't, see. We don't have enough money. Well, we can borrow some. They say debt is dangerous. We don't want to get in trouble. OK. You're right. So what do we do with this? We'll save it. We never know what will happen. That feels right. But there's nothing
left for fun. We'll have each other,
and I'll try to earn more. I'll try to spend less. That way we can be
happy and self-reliant. That wasn't so difficult. Why do grown ups
make it so hard? Oh. You know. That's how grown ups are. [MUSIC PLAYING]
First Things First!
Two children dress up as adults and pretend to be a young married couple discussing finances.