Saturday, February 8, 2014

Day 562: Non-retail therapy



I was in Fullerton today ...






I heard two young women talking about "retail therapy".


Retail therapy is shopping with the primary purpose of improving 
the buyer's mood or disposition. Often seen in people during periods 
of depression or transition, it is normally a short-lived habit. Items purchased 
during periods of retail therapy are sometimes referred to as "comfort buys".



I thought about it, and decided ...

 I like my therapy better.






Give me magazines, junk mail and a glue stick ...

and I am a very happy camper.

Inexpensive, non-retail therapy.





A smile for Saturday ...





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