Sunday, July 18, 2010

Shopping at Sam's Club

21 comments:

bfarr said...

They are pretty comfortable. They even have cookies.

Paula said...

I like it! This same scene could have taken place sixty years ago. Except not in color, or in a Sam's Club, and the tv would have been a Philco. And mom would be wearing a dress.
Ok...maybe not exactly the same scene, but still charming.

Hilda said...

Everyone's probably wishing they had the same set-up at home. ;)

Memphis MOJO said...

I've found that Sam's has good prices, but you often have to buy big quantities of whatever you want.

magiceye said...

tough choices?!

Small City Scenes said...

Lunch and entertainment too.


BTW: The Skagit River starts above Washington in British Columbia and runs South and West through the North Cascades and then runs west through many small towns befor finally emptying into Skagit Bay. It is a National Wild and Senic River. MB

Bibi said...

Nicely dressed kids...you don't see that so much anymore.

Jim Klenke said...

Thats MY type of shopping.

Kate said...

Everyone has something in their mouth. Great picture of the eating habits of Americans!

B SQUARED said...

Looks more like they moved in.

anjoe playhouse said...

They feel at home ;-)

Halcyon said...

Complete with in-front-of-TV snacks. Just like home! Except someone else will clean it up.

I guess this picture was taken on Sunday after church? Probably why the kids are dressed so nice.

Lois said...

How cute! I love walking around in Sam's.

JM said...

Very cute capture! :-)

Tricia said...

Yep Yep, that's what it takes to make the decision! LoL!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Sold! I'll take the family too! Picture perfect! I might change the channel though!

VP said...

That is exactly my idea of shopping, maybe with something to drink at hand. Cool, if possible.

Trillian said...

What can you buy from Sam's Club? Certainly things not very attractive for children! Very nice shot!

EG Wow said...

These guys are serious shoppers!

Wolynski said...

When you belong to a club, you're allowed to lounge in the club chairs.
Funny photo.

merrytait said...

This is a hysterical commentary on life--almost cartoon-like. Super capture.

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