When he returned he had purchased a saw at a $60.00 saving. Husband is a compulsive coupon clipper and has a wallet exclusively for his wad of paper treasures. My task is to keep a hawk eye on the register monitor and catch every "failure to enter" the promoted and displayed sale price. And I am good. Needless to say, the checkers remember me, even though none of the errors are their fault.
Below are items Husband got from Harbor Freight Tools at a savings of $18.48, paying only $2.61. He was so excited he had to show me the receipt.
Behold a Pittsburgh Quickfind Tapemeasure
a plumber's brush
and a 3.5" mini flashlight
He came home the other day with a laser-gun thermometer, which he uses to detect cold air entering the house. What a guy.
I know you are all out there envying me, dreaming that you had a super shopper/dreamboat like mine. Hang in there because surely there is one more out there somewhere. Try Colorado.
When we were younger, but nevertheless thrifty