I have no problem with the“nice”coming out in people, but where does all this negativity in people come from.
When I was younger, it was odd to see a person with a disability out shopping. I, personally, think it is wonderful to see senior adults and other disabled people getting out and doing for themselves. Makes you feel good.
I ran into a couple of the most negative human beings on earth this week. Ironically, while out shopping. I was using the motorized shopping carts in both instances. At Kroger, the lady actually raised her voice and accused me of attempting to run over her when I only drove around her to get down the aisle.
Then at Wal-Mart, I was turning to go to the next aisle when I almost hit a woman and her shopping cart head on. I said “excuse me” and started around her. Her response was to state, “Good grief, I said I was sorry!” If one more person tells me to let someone have the cart, that really needs it. I think I’ll scream at them. But I do enjoy the look on their faces when I “tell them to tell it to my brain tumor!”
Priceless……I still am not sure I understand either one, but what can I do? I intend to keep helping with the household duties, which include shopping. Just because my body doesn’t work like it used to, doesn’t mean I can’t shop!
- New brain tumor …. (abelsmomfight.blogspot.com)
- American Brain Tumor Association-Funded Study Explores Survivorship Challenges (prweb.com)
- My Town: Surviving Brain Tumors Awareness Event (fox8.com)
You are an inspiration!
Thank you, just me! Thanks for visiting our blog! Jill
Shop on! 🙂
wishing you the very best. Sorry about your experiences with certain people. ..try not to give them much importance . At the end of the day it is you that matters and it is you who needs and deserves to go and enjoy your life as much as possible
Thank you, so much for the positive support! Jill
You are welcome. Take care and have a beautiful day