One-stop shopping


It has come to my attention that yesterday’s post came across as being more bitter than I intended. This is what I get for not editing my posts before I save them. Oh well.

So, malady I was mostly being sarcastic. My Wal-Mart ban lasted for all of 24 hours, buy more about which is because I don’t shop on Sunday. Today being Monday, viagra sale I’m planning on going to Wal-Mart to pick up some photos I printed from my computer. If I have time, I may swing past the other, new Wal-Mart to see if they carry my style J vacuum bags.

Wal-Mart is still my first choice for most of the basic home supplies that we use on a regular basis. It’s still my first choice for school supplies, and many of the groceries we buy monthly. I simply can’t beat their prices. Unless of course, they don’t carry what you need, in which case, you have to go elsewhere. 🙂 And I don’t buy any produce from Wal-Mart, as it seems to always be more expensive than produce at my local grocery store.

However, my post wasn’t all in jest. I do prefer the baby section at Target to the baby section at Wal-Mart.

So, Wal-Mart, can we still be friends?


One response to “One-stop shopping”

  1. I have to say I really do hate walmart. They are always too busy. I think that the customer service is aweful, and I have vowed more than one time to never shop there again. I think they are an evil corporation. We try not to shop there yet again and again I find myself going there for my needs. It has now been probably a month that I haven’t been at walmart –(my longest strike yet!!!) I seriously have written them to tell of my disgust for their corporation. So I was not offended in the least by your post. I am a walmart hater so I wouldn’t mind if everyone stopped shopping there.

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