Saturday, August 23, 2008

Nature vs Wal Mart





























Rather than whine about my miserable trip to Wal
Mart today, here are what I think will be some of the last garden photos. The wood walkway leads into the marsh in the" Laking Garden".



















A beautiful serene place. I think people would be better off walking around the marsh, rather than wasting their lives at Wal Mart buying junk they don't need. I vow today was my last trip ever to Wal Mart and I've only ever been four times. Did they film "Night of the Living Dead" there ?

6 comments:

LISA EMRICH said...

Beautiful Gardens!!

I don't hardly EVER go to Wal-Mart, but my sister-in-law is a pharmacist in one. She hates the people, but the employee discounts are great for a mom with three boys.

For me, it's K-Mart which is totally the Black Hole of large box discount stores. I absolutely HATE K-Mart.

Now, Target, I like. For some reason, it's not so bad.

Kelly Siobhan said...

Hi Carole! This is a beautiful location. I avoid Wal-Mart too, I hate what they do in regards to so many things. How have you been doing lately? Thanks for your support on my blog. :) I hope you don't mind if I link to your blog from mine. Have a lovely day!

Taxingwoman said...

Hi! Kelly
Thanks for dropping by. I posted a link to your blog too.
I see I may have the name wrong, but I do so love "tea tray in the sky" as a name. Also I have to say you are very attractive . Don't get me wrong, that's my Libra personality, admiring beauty.

Taxingwoman said...

Hi! Lisa
I can relate to keeping a job with good benefits, especially when you have children.

I've been to Target and found it was OK. It's good to know there are alternatives and that Wal Mart hasn't taken over the world !!

Reut said...

Carole,

These are beautiful! How wonderful it must have made you feel to be there watching the beautiful flowers and plants.

Walmart is a place to waste time at. I don't like it very much either.

Taxingwoman said...

I'm getting the definite impression that nobody likes Wal Mart.
Why are they so successful ? or is it that people are wising up ?