I’m not really sure what to do with this, but the irony was too much to ignore. We were at the Hands On Children’s Museum this morning to celebrate Paige’s and Renee’s unbirthdays. On our way out Rich and I stopped at the gift shop and picked up a couple unbirthday gifts for them for later that evening. The sign said, if you pay with cash, you save 50 cents. Couldn’t pass up a bargain like that, so I paid in cash. Next stop was the Olympia Coop, where we picked up 3 items. My annual membership was also tacked on to the total, which came to $25.77. Now the Coop only takes cash…I had exactly $25.27…I was 50 cents short. The clerk threw in the change and said I could pay her back next time I was in. But if I hadn’t paid cash at HOCM to save 50 cents, I would have had plenty of cash to cover my bill at the Coop…I know. I don’t know what it means either.
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