Thanks again to CinDC for proving the March 2012 SBQ! You can also go visit her blog and thank her yourself. So, here we go:
Do you participate in exchange or RR stitching? Why or Why Not?
I think most of us have had a go with these kinds of things, so think about your answer and then post about it!
Now for Part 2 of my post today:
Yesterday I had my yearly gyne appointment. It always involves a long, long drive, followed by absolutely insane parking fees. (Thank you, Shadyside Hospital). But I won't switch docs just yet - I've been cared for by this fellow very well for the past 25 years and I think he's the greatest. Still, you can guess that I was less than anxious to go and Monday morning I woke up thinking I would cancel. I simply wasn't in the mood, but then I (literally) put on my big girl panties and decided to deal with the hassle.
So...I had my appointment, chatted with my doc, and then visited the receptionist, and pulled out my wallet. And she told me that my insurance rules had changed and I didn't have to pay my co-pay. Cha-ching!
And since I was in Pittsburgh anyway, I decided to renew my library card. I stepped up to the desk, filled out the paperwork and took out my wallet, but the librarian said there had been changes at my local library, so this year my card was free. Seriously? Now I was feeling fabulous! And not fretting over parking fees anymore!
OK, so I putzed around at the library, found a few books from the reading list that I keep on my iPhone, and went to the self checkout station. Major fail. I couldn't figure it out so I headed to the main desk instead. (I don't do well at grocery self-checkouts, either)
Checked out my books, la, la, la, la...(That's me singing a self-satisfied song).Looked around a little more, then headed to my car. Decided to give my son a quick ring while I was in the parking lot. But....No phone. Think, think, think! Did I set it down somewhere? And I got that feeling of dread, knowing that my phone was gone. What an awful end to a terrific day. So I walked back into the library to start what I thought would be a fruitless search, but there it was. Sitting right in front of the self-checkout station. I was shocked. There was a fellow using the self-checkout, too...And I said to him, "Wow, I can't believe this is still here." But he said to me, "Well, you are in Pittsburgh." I do love this city. But it would be better with cheaper parking.
A great end to a great day. And to think that I almost tried to reschedule it.