Sunday, October 7, 2018

Photo: Little Iz Getting Groceries with Grandma Donna

Out of all of her grandbabies, my mom gets the most bonding time with my niece Little IZ. My mom said my niece was impatient about getting out of there because she wanted to see her cousins later that day. She probably also experienced my mother's bad habit of staying in a supermarket far longer than she should. I can get a full cart of things and be in and out in roughly fifteen minutes. My mom averages probably an hour or more.  

10 comments:

NanaDiana said...

LOL-I am like you, Adam. I can do a full shop in less than 20 minutes. I am not a dawdler. Have a great Sunday with Daisy.

Mary Kirkland said...

I'm a fast shopper. Get it and get done.

Sandra Cox said...

On the grocery store side, I'm a speed shopper. On the other side, sometimes I doddle:)

Christine said...

Poor Little Iz.

Kay said...

Actually, that looks like a really fun shopping cart.

Moving with Mitchell said...

Jerry is like you or maybe quicker. 5 minutes and he’s tired of it. My mother loved to “tour” the supermarket. She drove us nuts.

Martha said...

Poor kid. It can be tiresome in the supermarket. When I go alone, I take my sweet time. But now that my husband has retired, we go together and the shopping gets done quickly!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

My mom was like your mom. It took forever to get out of the store. But, I do wonder, as I get older, if I, too, will "window shop" in the grocery store.

Fundy Blue said...

Little Iz is just too cute. I'm like your mother in the grocery store. It takes me forever, because I'm always comparing labels, examining produce, and am picky with fish and meat. Of course, in my defense, our supermarket is gigantic, and you have to go to all four corners to get the basics. Large areas of the middle are filled with junk food.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I prefer to get in and get out too. I've started doing my grocery shopping at 6 am to avoid the crowds and get out even faster.