Wednesday, August 05, 2009

A Ranting, A Purse, A Win, A Heads Up and A Parting,

Hello Everyone,

You know one of my biggest pet peeves is people walking in through the out door. You know what I mean? It has EXIT in big white letters and yet people still walk in. It really bothers me when I am pushing my full buggy out and someone walking in through the out door expects me to yield to them. Hello? You can’t read? You are going in the wrong way.

These same people are no doubt the same ones that do not follow the arrows in the parking lot. If it is one way do not go the wrong way while people are coming in. You are not even going to be able to park in any of the parking spaces. Why do it? Just follow the arrows – it really isn’t that hard.

Speaking of parking. . . look I can understand if you need a handicap parking space. I do. But you don’t need to park in one if there is only one person in the car that needs it. Pull up to the door and drop them off!! It doesn’t make sense to me that you park in a handicap spot when you are capable of walking. Are you just lazy? If someone can’t walk the distance drop them at the door. Leave the parking spaces for the elderly or the real handicap people who have wheel chairs. That’s why they are there!

handicapped-parking-permit2 for disabled people not lazy people!!

Do you know how hard it is to push a buggy to one of those corral places? It is really very easy. It really bothers me when I come out of the store and there is a buggy right next to my car. Just put your buggy up.


Okay now that I got that off my chest I feel better. Next time I will rant about how to act inside the store.

So I want to show you something that made me feel better.

Isn't it pretty? I absolutely love it!!

So if you follow me on Twitter you will remember at the beginning of the week I said I was going to have a giveaway tomorrow. So if you are a Beth Moore fan you are really going to like it! I promise!!!

Speaking of giveaways I won 'The Justice Game' by Randy Singer over at Cathy's blog, Latte With Me, I am so excited and can't wait to get my coupon for the book.

I am a little sad that tonight is the last meeting for my Me, Myself and Lies Summer Bible study group. I have really enjoyed this study. It has really taught me a lot about how we are careful about how we speak to others and how we treat others but we don't take that same care with ourselves. It was a really great study and if you ever want a good one to do this is one of them. I am looking forward to my fall Bible Study at church though. Last we were told it was going to be Beth Moore's The Patriarchs - I can't wait. I absolutely loved Esther another Bible study you HAVE to do.

So that's it for now ya'll have a great evening. Until next time

Have a blessed day!


Anonymous said...

LOL...I have been known to enter the exit a time or two and when I do it I've got someone in the car that I know who hates when I do that so I do it LOL. All other times, I don't. I know what you mean about the handicapped spaces...amazing isn't it. Great post :)

blueviolet said...

I haven't read anything by Beth Moore but I've heard RAVES about her.

I never leave my cart anywhere but in the corrals. It's not that hard to put them away. What is wrong with everyone?

Brooke said...

I've been guilty of going in through the exit and not putting up my cart...but never parked in a handicapped spot...I hate that too! I've been to a Beth Moore bible study and really enjoyed it. I hope you have a great weekend!

Janie at Sounding Forth said...

Pretty pretty pretty.

Mighty M said...

Hope you have a great weekend! I also HATE when people go the wrong way in parking lots!! Grr!! ;-)

Lynn said...

Oh I hear you about the shopping carts! I used to truck my two toddlers over to the cartstop and then carry the both of them back to my van just so as not to inconvenience anyone (and get in a little arm exercise!) So I know that any able bodied man or woman can do it if I can. One day I had a cloud over my head and this spot was FULL of empty carts. I jumped out of the van muttering injustices under my breath when this random father comes over and leaves his cart right near where I am clearing. It took soooooo many prayers right at that moment to not do something unchristian. Hopefully my silence and just staring off into the distance taught his children that were looking on from his car a lesson in how inconsiderate their dad is and how NOT to behave in the Wal-Mart parking lot! Thanks for stopping by!

My best, Lynn