Sorry or #Sorry

It have been a long time since I have written a new article. I have no real excuse. I have had plenty of time, I guess I have had some sort of writer’s block. Maybe doing five articles a week was too much, or maybe I am getting tired of the subject or Accounts Payable Automation.

When I Was A Boy

My brother and I got in trouble. The neighbor kid told his mom we were picking on him. I am sure it was true. He was an only child and I don’t think he was used to the rough and tumble world of sibling rivalry. My mom invited his mom over and lined me and by brother up to apologize. I went first saying I was sorry for picking on Peter. Then my brother went. He was nervous, I thought because of the apology. Come to find out he was nervous because of what he did next.

He Said!

“I am sorry…. I am sorry… I am sorry for NOTHING” and then ran out the door. Well, I am tired of NOTHING (I’m not running out of the door to my office… I will run into cubes… and people)

Hang On

Expect to see more. More articles, more stories of my kids, more half to whole witted attempts to entertain you while writing about accounting processes. Yep, I am back and happy to be writing!

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One Reply to “Sorry or #Sorry”

  1. I have your book, thank you very much. I keep is by my computer and read bits and pieces. Not until now, I finally have a little hope that we might be actually heading to some form of automation/paperless. Nothing in stone yet, but there is chatter.

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