Was just giving my mom the money from selling our mini-van that the guys paid me when they came to pick it up last week, and she wondered why I was only giving her $115 instead of $150, so I ended up working up an expense record for myself for the last week just to verify to myself that I wasn't missing any money, and so she'd know I didn't just throw it out the window or something. :P And so, this probably isn't interesting to anyone else, but since the point of my journal isn't to be interesting... just to be a journal of me... :P Here it is...


150.00 Money from selling old mini-van.
 32.50  Money from taking scrap aluminum to scrap yard.
 20.00  Money parents left here for me.
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202.50  Peak money from all incomes during the week period.
- 4.00  Football game on Friday.
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198.50
- 4.49  Cider from the cider mill (for everyone, as well as...)
- 3.99  Dozen Donuts (6 plain, 3 pumpkin, 3 sugared pumpkin)
- 3.99  Dozen Donuts (3 apple, 3 sugared apple, 3 cherry, 3 sugared cherry)
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186.03
-28.00  Gas in truck. ($1.40/ga)
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158.03
-13.86  Ticket for Renaissance Festival.
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144.17
-10.00  Honey sticks from Renaissance Festival.
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134.17
- 2.75  Cheese breadsticks - lunch at festival.
- 4.00  Cheesecake - lunch at festival.
- 4.00  Butterscotch latte - lunch at festival.
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123.42
- 4.40  Postage on sending honey sticks to Kira in Oz.
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119.02
- 2.02  Coin change.
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117.00
- 2.00  Mom let me keep.
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115.00  I gave back to my parents.

Edited: Fixed my 50 cent error. :P


I see what you're up to!!!
150.00 Money from selling old mini-van.
32.50 Money from taking scrap aluminum to scrap yard.
20.00 Money parents left here for me.
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202.00 Peak money from all incomes during the week period.
You discreetly hid $.50 there!! Trouble trouble trouble!!!
Not only that.. I bet you saw you had the change later...when you subtracted the loose change.. and I bet you subtracted that $.50 there too!!! Umm..i'm telling!! You embezzled like a dollar!!


There, fixed. And I didn't really subtract the loose change. The loose change is whatever value there remains between whatever I ended up with and $117... I have more loose change than that, but the amount that actually came from those three sources alone is whatever it works out. The loose change is the only variable in there... the total is a set number, the costs are all set numbers, the final amount I gave back is a set number... the loose change is the only liquid part of the entire thing. :)


There's such a thing as pumpkin donuts? Holy crap.


Yes'm... and they're pretty good too. :)





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