Plug it in

I feel that we are leaving a very bad impression with the merchants of our community who have been providing us those wonderful electric Carts to ride around in and enjoying shopping which was not possible before. I went into the Walmart store the other morning and entered the south door where there was a cart sitting (not plugged in) I took off and the power was almost gone in a few feet, so headed to the Center entrance where there usually more carts available and was able to get one that was plugged in. I did my shopping and took it back to the place where I first picked one up and there were three carts sitting there that no one had the courtesy to plug in for the next person, so I plugged mine in and my wife helped me plug another one in because of the limited plug ins available. A couple days later we went into the center door and one cart was left outside and another one was just sitting and no effort was made to plug it in when you were done shopping.

I am 82 years old and have a bad back plus in the last eight years I have had to learn how to walk again three times after surgeries. I wish to thank the merchants for this service they have provided to me.

Sincerely,

Paul D. Morrison

Kenai

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