|A horse likes to brush her hair, right?|
|She's in there somewhere!|
Last night, I took her grocery shopping. She is 8, but just barely stands taller than the cart. She loves pushing it, I just walk along, handing her stuff. She stopped the cart every time I handed her something to arrange it. The cans had to be in one spot, the boxes straight. I tell you, it the was the best arranged cart ever!
Here is a crappy phone picture about halfway in...
|Bells and eggs...made sense at the time|
BTW, see that dark mark? My father did that. He was forever putting lit cigarrettes down and forgetting them.
Where was I?
|An awesome job!|
When we were done, the cart was completely full, not one inch of empty space, and so very neat. I wish
I had thought to get a photo of it...
On another note, I think the grocery store people are getting smarter. Remember the days when you knew you had to stop shopping because the cart was getting hard to push? Our cart last night was amazingly easy to push....I think the Grocery Store Cart Technology has taken a great leap forward and made carts that defy Newton's First Law of Motion...
Too bad the Grocery Store Baggers aren't as capable. Our guy couldn't get all the stuff in and ended up following us out with a few bags. I told him my 8 year old did a better job than he did and better watch out in 8 years because she was coming for his job!