Marching to Target

We have a relatively new Target store in Tallahassee. While it was being built I was so excited. The two existing Targets are clear across Tallahassee, one way out on Thomasville Road, the other on Apalachee Parkway, both at least a twenty minute drive from Doright Manor. This new Target would be on MY side of town, nearer the universities, and along with it would come several new eating establishments. Yay!

When this Target opened its doors for business, though, I was disappointed. It was much smaller than a regular Target and everything in it seemed to cater to college kids on a budget. It did have a Starbucks, though, so that was a plus.

As I’ve become accustomed to this particular Target, I’ve become fond of it. It’s easy to get to, and I’m not as tempted to buy things that are “wants” instead of “needs.” They stock lots of healthy foods and have a decent wine section. And, did I mention the Starbucks?

One thing they don’t have these days? Hand sanitizer. As far as I can, tell no one in Tallahassee has any in stock, though, so I can’t complain. I’m sitting in the Target Starbucks typing this on my phone as I sip on my grande decaf coffee Frappuccino with almond milk. Yes, I’ve become one of those people.

I worked on my book before lunch and will return home to type some more this afternoon, but the weather is lovely and I thought a march, okay, a drive to Target would provide a nice break.

Peace, and march on, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

31 thoughts on “Marching to Target”

  1. Yep, hand sanitizer does not exist anywhere anymore, except in the homes of panicked Americans who have hoarded all of it. I am going out to try to find a thermometer as I think that might be useful just in case and I do not have one. I wonder if I will find any of those…

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  2. My hubby was just telling me last night that my FIL went to the store and they were completely out of toilet paper. Seriously?! Have you SEEN the size of the toilet paper aisle in the big box stores? And it was empty? People have lost their ever loving’ minds if they think they need to stockpile a year’s worth of toilet paper.

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      1. Oh my goodness, sorry for the late reply. I am scrolling the comments and trying to catch up. I am all right, some days better than the others. Stuck at home, taking short walks when the streets are not busy. Will get back to your blog when I am done with replying to the comments. Stay healthy.

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      1. I don’t think it’s expensive. And it has a much longer “life” than regular milk. I’ve also discovered oat milk yogurt, and it’s awesome!

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