Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Shopping might be thought of as quality family time - or not


16 comments:

Linda said...

Great minds think alike, Lowell, you and I made a new post at the same time. :) Nice capture.

RedPat said...

No dads along for the shopping excursion!

hamilton said...

I remember when Sunday shopping started here and that was the excuse to keep it going - so many families out on Sunday afternoon after church, shopping together.

Pierre BOYER said...

Women's affair ???
;-)

Pierre

Lynette said...

Three photo blogs. Gosh, Lowell, you're a Renaissance man.

Kcalpesh said...

In a way its all together... but is it really that way? More than being together each one is usually busy picking up things for themselves :-D

llandudnopictures said...

Judging by the rather sad expressions it looks like whatever they were hoping to buy was out of stock!

EG CameraGirl said...

Since I don't like shopping, I would definitely NOT call this quality time. :)

Sharon said...

I remember growing up in Illinois, the whole family would go shopping together even if it was just for groceries. I used to enjoy those shopping trips.

Judy said...

None look very happy. When I think of a family outing, shopping doesn't come to mind.

Small City Scenes said...

Well they don't look too happy. Rather cranky---stay away you might get hit with a purse!!! MB

Bob Poris said...

What are they looking for? It isn’t nice, but they scare me.

Kay said...

Escape from the house! Not another basketball game! Somehow I get the feeling that the dads and husbands aren't home taking care of cooking and cleaning.

Halcyon said...

If you have a family of women only, maybe.;)

JM said...

Kay's comment is the best! :-)

magiceye said...

Moot point!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson