Sharon Drummond

With loonies and twonies ($1 and $2 coins), the change you end up with if you use cash can end up being a deceptively large amount of money. It’s a nice little buffer to have – I don’t spend my change, and then when I find myself without cash on hand, I just dump out my change purse and voila! Enough for my Tim Horton’s run! Submitted for Our Daily Challenge for August 5 – Look What I Found and Scavenge Challenge #14 The Colour of Money and #21 Shift Your Subject to One Side


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