Friday, July 29, 2011
Our Amish Target
Today, we went to Target. and our Target fascinates me because it backs up against an actual Amish farm. In fact, next to the store is the tourist attraction, "The Amish Farm and House."
Does YOUR Target have buggy parking? Oh, ours does.
Horse says, "apparently, we live next to a large retailer Earl." As my mother in law says, "I actually had to drive by when they were digging up the gorgeous Amish farmland to build it. All this rich rich soil, it was so horrendous."
Here we have part of the Amish Farm and House tourist attraction to the left. and Target on the right. Just a hop skip and a jump. The juxtaposition is unreal. it's so weird. all this pavement and huge retailerness, and behind it all. Corn. (Also, next to the Amish Farm on the left hand side is a small strip mall with a Cici's all you can eat pizza place, and a Starbucks. "Honey, I'm done eating. Why don't I take the kids over there and see the cute Amish horse? Get me a latte on your way out."
oh No You Didn't! Oh yes I did. Amish ladies in Target. I had too! for sociology reasons! (Note: they parked in buggy parking.)
Mimi in the baby hair accessories department. Relaxing in her seat cover. Just dreaming until she gets more hair.
as I was looking at nice ladylike hand soap, Mimi was jabbering about something. Turns out it was the Dora Soap. so much for getting the pomegranate selection.
relaxing with a little organic baby food strawberry treat.
Have a nice day. It's hot here. Maybe that's why the Amish women saved the Target run for morning too. best time to hitch up the horses and Tarjay it. xx