Potential is: a quart sized plastic baggie with several hundred skeins of crossstitch floss enclosed.
Every single one of those little buggers had a upc, and needless to say-it took FOREVER to get them all scanned. And Add ten more minutes, for the grocery items in my cart.
I felt sorry for the gentleman behind me, having to wait so long. He didn't act like he minded, he was really sweet. (telling me how his wife used to do things of that nature) For him, it was a trip down memory lane. For me, it was embarressing. And for the cashier, it was a pain in the gluteus maximus.
I'm currently working on several major projects(and one minor one). The minor one is a cross-stitch ornament, which I fully expect to have finished in 9 months. The major ones I work at, whenever the urge hits me. One is an EMT cross stitch, one is a JDRF crossstitch, and the other one is on hire from a coworker. All three are slowwwww going. I have to be in the mood, (for precision) and I have to feel like stabbing a piece of cloth ad nauseum. But it is a great stress reducer, particuraly after a doctor appointment.
I think I finally have the problems ironed out with Caremark(RE: the test strip situation). Gotta get a new strip RX faxed over, and see what happens.