End Spot

Jetexipimio took what cash he had on and and put it in his pocket. He went about his business and sold some small refrigerators. He went to lunch with his friend and used some of the money out of his pocket. Then he took the money that was in his pocket and put it in his wallet. When he got home he took out some of the money that he had in his wallet and put it in a envelope marked “savings”. He put about half of what was in his wallet into the envelope and his did this everyday. Everyday he would put the cash that was in his wallet and put half in to the envelope At the end of the week he took the envelope marked “savings” and put that money into his account at the bank. It was his savings account and that was the end spot for his cash.

Jetexipimio had a great way to save his money. It went from his pocket, to his wallet, to his envelope, and finally in his bank account or savings account. That is where the money stayed and it accumulated. He did not take the money out of his savings since that is where it stopped and stored.

When it was in his pocket, Jetexipimio he could put money into it or take money out as he needed. When he sold something, that money would go into his pocket. When he bought lunch, the money went out of his pocket. This was a lot easier than taking out his wallet.

When it was in his wallet, he knew that at the the end of the day, it would go into his savings envelope. Perhaps not all of it, but, about half. Sometimes it was a lot and sometimes it was not as much as he wanted, but, none the less, he put away about half of what was in his wallet into the envelope marked “savings”.

At the end of the week, after he had stuffed his envelope marked “savings” with the money from his wallet, he took that to the bank. While at the bank, he placed what cash he had saved up into his savings account where thats where it accumulated. He didn’t take that money out of the savings account, but always put money in. It was sort of like a river ending up at a lake. The river being the money going from the pocket, to the wallet, then, to the envelope. The lake being the savings account.

Pretty soon, he had a big savings account or a big lake, where he could go fishing. There might even be a small motor boat and a home right on the shoreline. It was his dream and he was thankful.

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