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#SOL18: March 19


After the commenting challenge this weekend (75 comments), it seemed only fitting to continue on with some mathematical thinking.  Math was always easy for me and I did love the work I did in bookkeeping.  That double entry self checking process.  But it was the “independent study” – the opportunity to work at my own pace that drew me in.  After all, I was a senior.  So here as I contemplate numbers . . .

Thank you for the idea, Caoimhe Buckley.  and your post here.  Aggie Kister also gets credit for her post on 3/1/18 here.

Percentage Poem

12% grandma

10% reader

5% cheerleader “Rah”

10% writer

12% learner

6% blogger

3% focused

6% daughter

2% poet

6% leader

3% smartie

10% teacher

8% auntie

7% sister

What’s the total?
Can you see?
It all adds up to,
100% me!

What are your percentages? 

How would you describe yourself?





Thank you, Betsy, Beth, Deb, Kathleen, Lanny, Melanie, and Stacey for this daily forum each March. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here.                                                                                                      slice of life 2016

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