Dear Sam's Club Shoppers,
I have to apologize to all of you. I am sorry that I went into the store with a purpose--and that purpose was to SHOP! I didn't have my cellphone attached to my ear and I actually paid attention to what was going on around me, so I didn't bash into your leg with my cart. I didn't go to the store in order to eat my Sunday lunch--and completely block the entrance to the aisle with my cart and fat ass as I stood there scarfing as many samples down as the demo lady allowed. I didn't go into the store after taking whatever drug that causes total spaciness and stand in the middle of the aisle trying to figure out just where I was--while keeping everyone from being able to move through the aisle where you happened to be meditating. I TRIED to hear if someone said 'excuse me' and 'pardon me' if they thought they were inconveniencing me (or if I was inconveniencing them)--something far too many of you don't understand. It seems as if most of you shoppers lose every bit of hearing and considerateness you may have as soon as you hit those sliding doors. I apologize if that makes me irritable--even though I TRY to not show my irritation. I'm sorry if my FINALLY getting your attention is looked on as rude, but it DOES take my husband and me almost four hours to get home from the store, so we really want to get done with our shopping in a timely manner. I realize my home's distance from the store is not your problem, but I don't have the convenience of stopping in after church 'just to pick up a few things,' so I need to 'move it along.' I don't want any special considerations--I just want aisles I can walk through freely and quickly. Is that too much to ask?
Again, I apologize if I have crossed over a line with my 'wants' and 'needs.' I realize my life isn't nearly as important as you seem to think yours is.
Thank you for your time--and I completely understand that you will ignore this. But I felt I had to try.