It is H O T here in Texas but shoppers are out all over the city in all the stores! I sat in the shade outside a few stores just watching people come and go about their shopping. Some would go in one store, put those bags in the trunk of the car then go in another store!
It's amazing how some can shop for hours. I was in this one area long enough to remember some shoppers who came back to the store to return their items they had purchased earlier! I guess they just shop to be doing something on a sunny hot day. Maybe it's cooler in the stores and they can turn their a/c off until they go back home!
I saw more women with tattoos than the basketball players! :big_grin: They will be grandmas with markings on their bodies in a few years. I asked a few of them how much their biggest tattoo cost? The prices were 100 dollars to 400 dollars for one of them. Since it's hot the females had on flip flops or sandals and short shorts with even more tattoos showing!
Some had markings to show a deceased member lost in the war for men and women! I even ran into a couple of my old friends I had before my stroke 7 years ago. They had stopped coming to see me years ago! They were amazed I was up and able to walk with a cane. They had heard I wasn't doing any good and was home bound unable to get out! I suppose we all lose friends after a stroke!
I think now that all of us survivors should get out often and see the rest of the world! Just see things, people, cars and inside the stores. There is a lot of new stuff to see in Best Buy, Staples, Home Depot, Ross and the phone companies located all along the strip malls! I didn't go to our big mall but there were many cars and people coming and going inside when I passed by there!
Now it's time for my meds and back to the TV and baseball games! More later!