A relic from the past

In a former life (before children), I had plenty of odd jobs. I majored in education (a far stretch from what I actually "grew up" to do), so one summer I worked as a standardized test grader. We graded the written answers that are required now - it's not all just filling out bubbles. I would write down the really bad answers that I came upon so I'd have a good laugh to share with friends and family. It also helped me convince myself that teaching was not for me.

So, tonight I found a very very old post-it from those days. This was from Maryland, I think.

"I you's my calculator to soulve the problems."