Yesterday we went to Lowes for a mower spark plug and air filter.. I was also looking for the little rings you use for building cages.. We (and I stress we) were looking all over the place for them, asking people for the rings that you use to build cages, he was even telling the people this.. We didn't find any so he found some small pull ties I could use.. Then... Then he asks me what I'm making the cages for.. I'd told him months ago that somebody was bringing me rabbits.. "You're making cages for rabbits?!" For a second I just stood there with my mouth open.. Then we got to leave and he asks if there's anything else I needed.. I say yeah, I need some wire that I had pointed out earlier.. So we go out to the garden area and I point out the one I need.. He asks how much it is and I point out the price.." $30?! Do you really need that now?" Which no, I don't need it immediately but the fact that he is having a fit over $30 ----es me off since its quite fine to use my credit card for breakfast and spend $50.. I mean, I know money is really tight, but I can't get a small farm started without some initial investment.. By the way, the wire is 50' to fence off a small area for some goats I'm going to be getting in possibly mid September.. One reason I'm waiting until mid September is because it will be after his parents visit.. They don't think I need a farm either.. (But I can't really say anything too bad about them because they help us a lot and even bought out our mortgage..) I once told my mom I wanted to get goats and rabbits for meat and milk.. "Why can't you just go to the store?" is the response I get.. I've thought about giving up on the whole thing because its become such a fight.. My husband even liked the idea of the farm until his parents said something about it.. But its a good thing that I'm a very stubborn person.. I'm not giving up.. The only way to show them I can do this and show them the benefits is to actually do it and prove them all wrong..