After a fantastic Thanksgiving dinner at my Aunt Cindy’s house we headed across the street to Walmart to shop for her 3 grand babies & my two little ones.
The store was open but the deals were shrinkwrapped on pallets in the middle of the aisles. You stand by which deal you want and wait until a store worker gives the signal to tear through the plastic at the designated time slot (which was 8 or 10pm). It was so funny to hear the pallets being ripped into… It was like a plastic wave.
There were so many people we inched along the aisles so slowly. It was like a slow motion puzzle to get from point a to b.
We arrived about 7:30 & left about 11pm. We made one trip to the car (no parking spaces left when we got there so we just parked at the end of an aisle) & went back to stand in line for a TV for Aunt Cindy.
I took some photos from the night to show what a crazy crowd was there. I had planned on buying one or two things but ended up with a cart full, including a countertop oven & Shark steam mop for me!
People were cheery for the most part but some were Scrooges. We had a blast & look forward to doing it again (it’s much better than getting up early on Friday!)