For all you math lovers…
Hahaha! Well, being the self-prophessed math nerd that she is, Sandra should like this. I hate anything associated with math…and I have an accounting degree! Go figure. 😏
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My sister is an accountant, thank goodness, cause I hate doing taxes! You’ve gone awfully far afield, hmm?
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Hahaha! Ya’ think? After a few years of working in a cubicle and staring at spreadsheets, I was done. Back to school I went. So glad I did too. 😃
I’m impressed, good for you, you overachiever, you!
Hahaha. I don’t know about that. Just wasn’t happy. It worked out for the best. 😊
I laughed out loud!!
I thought it was adorable, too! How are you, Lori?
Since when has accounting had anything to do with math, Beach?
Hahaha, just give us all your money, is that it, Peter? No math involved!
With that mindset you could become very rich Diane.
That’s kind of how I feel about our IRS, Peter. How much money did you make? Give it to us😉
I never made a bean. I am a pauper!
Yes, good try!
haha-funny! Good one. Happy weekend! 😉
Haha! It’s very cute. From the math nerd. 🙂
I knew you would like it! Algebra was probably my favorite of middle and high school math. I got lost somewhere around the signs and cosigns, etc.
I liked algebra, too. Geometry was my favorite. I even liked calculus… However I don’t remember a lot of it… 🙂
Ah! Very clever! 😃😃😃
Makes me laugh! And it’s about the only math thing that does, lol!
That’s a hoot!
I thought so, too!
LOL good one!! I actually loved algebra in high school and I work with numbers all day long. 🙂
I liked algebra, too. It was tangents and things later that tripped me up!
Me too…I did not like Geometry and forget Word Problems…who cares if a train is going west at 25 mph and one is going east at 40 mph and who will get wherever first…lol!! 😉
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This is hilarious – it cracked me up!
Thanks for the laughs. 😀
Of course, Steph!
I hope you are doing well Diane. ❤
So funny, but it has me wondering, too. . . Thank you, Dee! 😋
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