Shopping With Audrey

We had a fun day minding our two grand daughters on Thursday. We spent a few hours with Audrey as she played shopkeeper in her ‘cubby house supermarket’.

With some items from our pantry and a few cut-out items to sell, she earnestly engaged in the task of recommending different products for various purposes. Amongst other things, I bought some tomato paste and anchovies which she told me would make delicious pizzas. What a sales person!

I was rather set back to find that milk was $70 per litre, but it ‘scanned’ properly so I put it into my shopping bag. When I ran out of money, Audrey the shopkeeper, came out from behind her counter to provide me with more money so that I could continue shopping at her supermarket.

If only the Apple Store and the Travel Agent did the same thing!


Bruce is a keen traveller and photographer. This web site describes his travel and family interests

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