Grocery Shopping Done - Who Wants to Help Put Stuff Away?
August 22, 2015 9:14am CST
I always chuckle at the grocery store when they ask if we need help getting out to the car. We usually just say no thanks. Today I was in a mood I guess so when the bagger asked if we needed help to the car I said, "No, but if you could come home with us and put the groceries away we'd appreciate it!" She laughed and so did the cashier! We all laughed and I left the store in a better mood. My mood was caused by the fact they keep one half of the store a comfy temperature, while the other half you need a winter coats, gloves and earmuffs!
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23 Aug 15
I have 5 kids to feed, plus me and hubby. My carts are usually overflowing with stuff and I shop weekly. For awhile I was going to a particular store because over all the experience was better. Yet when I'd get to check out they'd insist that I needed a 2nd cart. I assured them I did not, because I did not feel like pushing 2 carts to my car. They'd insist on getting me help out to my car, and I'd refuse. I've been shopping this way for years with only 1 cart and no help to my car, I can handle it. But every week they'd keep insisting on "helping" me until finally I screamed at them "I Do this every single week, I can handle it!!" Eventually I stopped shopping there because their prices went up more than I could afford. I'm back to Walmart where nobody cares about helping me! LOL
24 Aug 15
I don't mind putting the groceries away so much as I do folding and putting the clean laundry away. Not much fun doing that but I have more laundry then I do groceries I think! My husband always carries the grocery bags from the car into the house for me, but he stays away from those laundry baskets.