It's no secret that I have a love obsession with Target. Any store where you can pretty much get anything is okay in my book. Add to that the fact that it is close to my house and it is virtually the perfect errand.
So, as per usual I loaded the kids up in the car and headed down the street. This particular trip was necessitated by the fact that I needed a particular kind of eye drops and a few other items from the health and beauty section. When I got to the store (in middle of the day mind you) there were a couple dozen clerks taking everything, and I mean everything, off the shelves, of course in the section I needed, in an effort to relocate the items onto different aisles. They would not even let me down the aisles to look through the mess for what I needed.
This frustrated me and it begs the questions a) if you don't intend to let anyone shop why keep the store open b) if you don't intend to let anyone shop why not do it overnight when there would be no shoppers anyway? I left with the one item I was able to get because it was in a section not being torn apart. I mentioned to the manager the issue about not being allowed down the aisle and he seemed shocked. Apparently, through this mess shoppers were supposed to be allowed to continue to shop and he had no idea why the ladies in those particular aisles weren't letting anyone in.
Honestly, it was not that big of a deal, but it was an inconvenience. There is nothing that bothers me more during the hot Arizona summers than having to be in the car longer than I have to or having to visit multiple locations to get what I need.
So, what are some of your pet peeves when it comes to shopping?