LIVING THE LIFE
LOVING THE "STATUS"
...of Dedicated Parking Spaces
I recently noticed a dedicated parking space for "Expecting Moms." If mall traffic benefits from offering this perk to "Expecting Moms," imagine if dedicated parking spaces were extended to other, potential customers. Following are some suggestions for additional, dedicated parking spaces:
"Shoppers without umbrellas"
"Shoppers with whining pre-teens in tow"
"Brides in a panic"
"Men who despise shopping"
"Shoppers who want to leave cumbersome coats, hats, and boots in their vehicle"
"Frazzled mothers toting crabby toddlers"
"Elderly people needing one less thing to complain about"
"Mall employees arriving late for work"
"Shoppers who regularly forget where they parked"
"Shoppers who will be buying more than they can comfortably carry"
Wouldn't mall shopping be better if there were designated parking spaces for each and every one of us? If mall management had sympathy for my personal plight, I'd certainly go more often.