Waiting in line, spending numerous amounts of money, food courts, restrooms with screaming babies are just a few things that I have seen on one of my trips to the mall. If you are not a habitual shopper then you may not understand what I am talking about. I spend the majority of my time in the mall, so much time that the cashiers in my favorite stores know my name! My first stop was to go to Old Navy.
As I walked into the store I saw many smiling faces in red shirts. There was an elaborate rounder in the middle of the store displaying the â€œItem of the Week.â€ I looked around quickly and finally got in line. To stand still for several agonizing minutes in a store that you have already been in for an hour is not entertaining. You just want to purchase your items and move on. While standing in line at a popular store I noticed something. The lady in front of me was arguing with the cashier about a price. The customer was a short heavyset woman with about three children with her. The jeans that she wanted to purchase were already marked down to $6.99. She had her hair clipped up in a bun, and she was wearing a long denim skirt that looked like she borrowed it from her five-year-old daughter and a halter-top. While talking to the cashier her face had a look of such disgust on it. Her eyes were scrunched up in the shape of almonds, and her mouth was opened wide and saliva flew from it. Finally the cashier called someone over to go show the woman the sign that she had mistakenly looked at as she was grabbing for her size. Now finally it was my turn!.
While attending school I have not been able to work, but I will spend money in a heartbeat. Usually I will try to think, but I will pull out my debit card and it will almost seem as if it glows and sings a song as it comes out of my purse. While browsing through Burlington Coat Factory, I overheard a couple talking. The husband began to tell his wife that she has to stop spending so much money or he will leave her.