>Recently a well-heeled family member proclaimed that they aren’t Wal-Mart kind of people. Now, mind you, they have the cash in hand to not be Wal-Mart people. But then again, most days so do we. And yet, I am totally and unapologetically a Wal-Mart person. Any give day, you will see the Beans and I in 90% items from Wal-Mart. Living in Jordan has made me far more of a Wal-Mart mom than I was before. After buying items in Jordan that fall apart after 3 hand washings and cost twice as much as comparable good at Wal-Mart, I’m all for low prices and good quality.
That’s kind of what cracks me up about the “not Wal-Mart” kind of people comment. I guess it all depends on how you define Wal-Mart people, so I’ll give you my definition:
- Value quality for money
- Desire one-stop-shopping
- Prefer variety in types, sizes, etc.
- Like reasonable prices.
So, here I am, proud to be a Wal-Mart aficionado with clothes that last and last and last even in Jordan’s hard water. And here I am with money left to spend on other things that I value more than a designer label…
Happy Roll Back!