June 22, 2012
Most women push themselves to do more than they should or could. Yesterday I saw a woman at the grocery store with twin girls that looked about 6 years old and an infant. The baby was crying and the twins were wining about wanting to buy Pop Tarts and Apple Jacks. This mom tried to stay as focused on her list as possible and was gently trying to move herself through the isle quickly. It's not the first time anyone has ever done this, and many give the advice to leave the kids at home so to shop more effectively. I didn't know her story; maybe she didn't have anyone who could watch her kids, maybe she preferred to bring them. It's her prerogative. And after seeing her at the check out, wearily loading 3 gallons of milk on the conveyor belt and gently telling her daughter no, they could not get a pack of gum, I silently hoped she could get a nap that afternoon.
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