I recently bought a new pair of gym leggings at Target. I went to self checkwith my leggings, Cascade, toilet paper, and some candy for my Daughter’s Easter basket. Rang myself up and left the store.
When I got home, I put all the things away, and tossed the receipt- I didn’t need it. I was keeping everything I bought.
I went to put on the leggings the next day and realized that Target now puts sensors on all the clothes, even the inexpensive athletic ware.
I know I don’t have the receipt. I know I can’t wear the shorts with the sensor on it.
I call Target and I relate my tale of woe.
The rep at Target says just come in, show us ID, and we’ll take the tag off.
I am grateful to Target for not giving me grief and figuring out a workaround to my issue.
If you need some prompts for mindfulness or journaling:
Gratitude acknowledges connection…when we contemplate our place in the intricate, independent network of life, we feel wonder and joy. Robert A. Emmons
Celebrate any progress. Don’t wait to get perfect. Ann McGee-Cooper