P is for Parking

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Todays post is bought to you by the letter “P” or should that be “S” for Shimelle’s Blogging for Scrapbookers class.

Okay, yes I know parking is strange topic for a blog post, but I need to know I’m not alone in my parking habits.

Whenever I go to the local mall I always try and park in the same isle – the one in front the main entrance. I’m sure everyone thinks I do this because I’m lazy but I’m not. I don’t even care which end I park at. I do this so I don’t have to try to remember where I’ve parked the car! Yes, you all know I have a shocking memory so this takes away the worry of losing my car. If I have to park in a different isle I really have to make a note of where the car is so I can find it again. And I have to admit I have a similar strategy for nearly all big car parks – I always park in the same area :-). Does anyone else do this?

This is not to say I don’t get just a little bit excited when I get a rare spot by the door!!!! No where near enough to stop and take a photo! Well, I did but I was documenting a day in my life :-).

Here’s the layout – this one took like 10mins!

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5 comments

  1. Cathy says:

    Hello Libby
    Nothing worse than coming back to the car and thinking its been pinched – and then realising – you are in the wrong aisle lol
    Don’t ask me how I know lol
    Take care
    Cathy

  2. Libby Withnall says:

    Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment Cathy. I’d actually forgotten this happened to my parents (way before I was born). They had been at the Easter Show and reported the car as stolen to the police. Only to find it once the carpark emptied out. Maybe this is why I do what I do :-).

    Libby

  3. jody says:

    That is some sweet park Libby…almost as sweet as the “right out the front” of Spotlight car park I documented in my 365 album for January LOL

  4. Alison says:

    LOL – no I don’t do this, but I think it’s great! Einstein didn’t memorize his phone number because he didn’t want to waste his mind on such trivial matters. In my book – this is basically the same thing! Save it for the important stuff! 😉

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