October 3, 2004

Peer Pressure

I finished unloading my groceries from the cart to the car and turned to look for the nearest cart rack in the parking lot. I spotted it about 50 feet away and proceeded to return the cart. As I placed the cart in it’s resting spot, a woman nearby commented to me, “I see you’re not lazy!” I responded that I always feel guilty leaving the cart in the parking lot.

As I was saying this, I was in the process of returning to my car. I noticed a young woman who had just finished unloading her groceries. We made eye contact and I could tell she had overheard our conversation. She hesitated briefly as I got into my car.

As I started up my car, she began the walk to return her cart.

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