No, she’s wearing business attire from 1994.
And Paul Allen
Has anyone else ever heard of “Pick Basic”? It’s now called Unix or Unidata. My husband is very proficient in programming for that system and the end results are really a lot better than most other systems.
I’ve known of folks who play classical music or a favorite song or singer near the mother’s abdomen. They agree with you.
We used QuickBooks in my last job before retirement. It has specialized versions for several different businesses and we used the “Contractor” one. It worked well for a small business.
Your point? Elly was doing as she was told. Someone else entered them, they just told her where to put them after they were entered.
Actually using cursive is faster than block printing because you aren’t constantly lifting your pen from the paper for each letter.
You still have a VCR???
In the early 80’s my husband took a Fortran game program and converted it to what was then called “Pick Basic”. By doing that, he not only learned Fortran very well, but was able to add more adventures to the game. (Anyone remember “Colossal Cave”?)
It’s also a great “secret” code when you don’t want your teens to know what you are writing about.