"Most-beloved gifts are often the least expensive"
"Daughter-in-law Laura, who works full time and travels also with her job,
very patiently, over 200-plus hours, made me a 12-by-20-inch counted
cross-stitch of 'The Last Supper.' I just cried with joy when I first saw this
I'm not going to confiscate it, but dude "least expensive?" Fabric, pattern, and floss probably cost let's say $40, which is a low estimate. Then, calculating her time to be worth $1/hour, and I'm guessing a woman who works full time and travels for her job is making at least $60K so much more than $1/hour. We're still talking a $240 gift. Where's the "inexpensive" in that?