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March 18, 2020

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Barb in AK

The reaction you wrote about from being in the grocery store was the exact thing I experienced! Steve and I went to the grocery store one Sunday evening to pick up a few things. Everything was in great supply, nothing lacking. THEN, we went to the store three days later, and shelves were bare--I swear there wasn't even a speck of dust on them! Every disinfectant under the sun, gone. Every slice of bread from rolls, to buns, to loaves--gone. Every roll of toilet paper, paper towels, and containers of hand soap--gone!! The meat department was low on many favorite brands. Canned goods were thinning out, no rice available, cereals disappearing, milk choice was basically almond, buttermilk, and lactose-free. It was a complete shock to us! I never thought we would see the time when our shelves would look like third-world countries' shelves! Reality really hit hard.
Thank you for some relief from the nightmare by showing us beautiful layouts with the new collections

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