Thursday, July 13, 2006

a pleasant surprise

Procrastination is one of my favourite passtimes. No surprise then that today while trying to accomplish things on my google to do list, that I decided to insert "roll coin" before accomplishing "start planning A30." The tin I store coin in has been overflowing for awhile, Rach and I are taking a trip to Calgary this weekend that I will surely spend more money on than I can technically afford, you understand how rolling coins can quickly become a priority.

A $173 priority! I had no idea my little tin could hold so much goodness! I'd say I should roll coin more often, but suddenly having an extra $173 is way more fun. So all totalled with the other coin I rolled awhile ago, I've "earned" myself an extra $224.50 to spend on clothes and house stuff. Whoot! That's 30min well spent.

The only question I have is if there is some very good reason Canada does not have the most wonderful "coin depositors" that Japan has at every single bank machine. Seriously, why do we need to count and roll coin? There exists wonderful little machines that do this for you. You just pour in up to 50 coins at a time and the ATM does the rest. I'm sure the banks have them in the back, why must they keep them from the public? It's not like it's state of the art brand new technology... We're on friendly terms with Japan now, they could send over a boatload with the next shipment of Razors or Wegas... *sigh*


Rach said...

I hope you know how much I am loving the frequent updates...good times.

Not So French Girl said...

If we deposited coins, then we might not give to the charities at the till!

bag marla said...

They have coin counters at some grocery stores in k-town. I haven't tried one yet, but I've always wanted to. I know it's not exactly what you want, but at least it's a step in the right direction.

Christina said...

when Rachel said "I hope you know how much I am loving the frequent updates...good times" I think she wanted to emphasise the word FREQUENT but forgot to so I will help her out. We want FREQUENT updates.