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Note to cashiers

Just a few thoughts in list form that I would like all cashiers to know before I arrive in their line:

1. I use coupons

2. Many times, courtesy of Dave Ramsey, I am paying in cash, that I remove from an envelope.

3. I know that you are busy, I also know you don't make a whole lot of money and may not like your job all the time

4. I'm sorry you feel that way, I am not a rude shopper, just on a budget

5. I am not trying to cheat the store by using coupons.

6. I do watch the process and look at my receipt and do know how much I should be saving, and the the approximate total of my cart.

7. So I will ask questions or correct you if a coupon doesn't get applied.

8. Don't get offended by any of the above, I can't help it, I'm on a BUDGET!

9. Budgets aren't always fun, for me or you

10. I really mean it when I I say "thank you" and "have a good day"

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