Don't you love a good trip to Wal-Mart? There's no other place on earth like it. Since the economy continues to be rough on our pocket books, it's the perfect place to go for cheap groceries, household items, and free entertainment from the surrounding shoppers.
For instance, this afternoon I had decided to do my grocery shopping there, since I've been majorly slacking on my coupons lately. I just haven't found a cheaper place to go if I'm not armed with an arsenal of coupons. (Sorry, Publix! I promise to not cheat on you for very long.)
As I was strolling down the cereal aisle, I noticed a little boy around 5 years old, walking beside his mother as she shopped. What I heard next almost made me pee in my pants...
The boy walked over and pointed to a cereal that he wished for his mother to buy. She quickly replied, "NO! THAT'S POISON IN A BOX!"
I quickly held my breath and rolled along to the next aisle, because I seriously thought I was about to laugh out loud. Then two thoughts came to mind:
First of all, if a person is so hardcore about super healthy eating, then why, my friends, would one choose Wal-Mart for their grocery shopping? It's Wal-Mart, lady! Wallllllllllllll-marrrrrrt! Almost every grocery item on their shelves is "poison in a box."
Secondly, I do commend that mother for attempting to teach her children about healthy eating. But why in such a harsh manner? I wouldn't be surprised if that poor child grows up having nightmares about being stalked by a gigantic bowl of Lucky Charms. GEEZ!
I'm a deeply flawed woman, wife, & mother trying to make MUCH of the God who called me out of darkness into His glorious light. Thanks for stopping by!
"But I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may finish my course and the ministry that I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God." Acts 20:24