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- Print finances for 3-month period, which look like a spreadsheet, but are really a table, because who the heck understands spreadsheets.
- Read blogs.
- Using thumb and forefinger, pick up financials from printer, and place on desk. Squint and tilt head from side to side, to see numbers swirl.
- Check Facebook, new Twitter account, real estate listings.
- Look for adding machine. Remember it broke during tax receipt round-up.
- Add up numbers on computer calculator.
- Add up numbers again.
- Realize that despite high school cashier experience, you can no longer input numbers without looking.
- Add up numbers again, while looking.
- Consider submitting resume to CRA, as perhaps they need someone who can write forms in English.
- Remember time at Forest Practices Board, and ensuing electroshock therapy. Rethink resume sending.
- Log onto on-line banking.
- Wonder what the heck is the difference between lines 106 and 107.
- Decide to go with 106, because even numbers are more friendly.