I'm counting out the cash register today as I do every day before I leave. There may be some sales still to go in the day, but, if it's just one or two, or it looks like none, before I leave, typically, I was count the money/credit card reciepts/checks, etc. in the till.
I was putting the dimes in groups of five on the binder paper so I could tell at a glance how many I had.
My boss sees this and chuckles and says, "Is that how you count?"
"As opposed to how?" I inquire, wanting to know if there was some better way.
"I suppose everybody has their own way," she said laughing again.
What? What is that supposed to mean? I really wanted her to tell me what she meant and if she had a better way.
"Is that how you count?"
Well, I TYPICALLY count using random letters, colors, and shapes, but, I figured today, I'd try something different.