To be alone in the store and roam and look and admire and try. To be alone in the store just like everyone else, who seem to walk without care through the aisles.
Interesting how a store holds such magic now when in the past a store seemed like a chore–a necessity, a tick on the To Do list. Not the land of magic it has become.
But, back then, you didn’t know what life had in store for you. You didn’t realize how good life could be, how the inconveniences that seemed so major then would look so minor now.
So, when you can go to the store, drink in its magic. And, pack up some of the magic from the store to use at home. So, that, during your day, you can look around and take note of all that’s good.
You will treasure your ability to see the good, no matter what’s in store.
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