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Thursday, March 24, 2011

WHEN WALKING IN NORTH AMERICA




This is so true! I think it is ingrained in most of us, even when pushing my shopping cart around the grocery store I stay on the right side. If I have to stop to take something off the shelf on the left, I park the cart on the right and go get what I need and bring it back to my cart. UNLESS there is nobody in the aisle.

Whenever someone is pushing their cart on the left, usually (not always but usually) they will move over to the right like they are driving. The ones that don't must be from England. LOL!

Even walking up and down stairways like in the picture, most people stay to the right. Too funny!

I wonder if it is the same in a country like England..... I wonder if they automatically walk on the left?

Not much for news here, still waiting for spring weather and we've still been getting little flurries of snow. Enough already, we have more than enough to melt! We have, however, at least had temperatures that aren't so bad.

I hope all is well with you, and that you are taking care of each other.

PEACE!
Love Jude

8 Comments:

Blogger Jeremy Ryan said...

How true! I suppose the left is normal in England.

We had some nice weather but it left us. We are back in the freezer again, however it shouldn't last but another week. There is even snow in the forecast. Wow!

Same old same old here. Take care and know that warmer weather is on the way eventually!

7:33 PM, March 24, 2011  
Blogger Jude said...

Yep, snow here too albeit wet, slushy, and in small amounts. Sorry to hear you're still awaiting spring weather there too Jer.

I agree, I bet left is the norm in England too!

7:53 PM, March 24, 2011  
Blogger Bobbie said...

That's one of my pet peeves - people who are going down the wrong side in a grocery aisle or on the stairs!

We're just getting rain out here but I can see lots of new growth in the garden and on the trees. Hope your snow disappears soon.

Take care and have a great weekend!

9:59 PM, March 24, 2011  
Blogger Jude said...

I was thinking about you not long ago, and I can't wait to see photos of your flowers when they start to bloom. It will be sooner there than here, that's for sure!

Have a great week Bobbie!

10:09 PM, March 24, 2011  
OpenID Xavierism said...

Hahahaha...laughed while reading this post. I pretty do the same thing as you while in a grocery store.

Weather is perfect here. Ready for a fab Saturday. Cheers & Love***

xo

11:36 AM, March 26, 2011  
Blogger Jude said...

I think most of us must, LOL! Have a great weekend dear friend, love you! xox

1:21 PM, March 26, 2011  
Blogger Dick said...

I don't appreciate those who leave their carts right in the center of the aisle. Or those who shop with a group of people and they all block most of the aisles. But the best solution is to shop very early in the morning, before the others show up.

Please keep that snow stuff up north. We have kind of been getting used to 60+ daytime temps and that doesn't go well with snow.

3:35 PM, March 27, 2011  
Blogger Jude said...

60 degree temps are just PERFECT for this chick! And you're right Dick, today once again at the grocery store I encountered people blocking everyone's way by parking in the middle of the aisle, and an entire family "visiting" in the centre of another aisle.

Maybe there should be "Aisle Police", I'd volunteer for that job! LOL

4:27 PM, March 27, 2011  

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