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Yes, I have an email or letter to write today.
Dear IKEA; You affront all seniors and handicapped visitors to your store by locking up the wheelchairs and insisting the customers leave their ID’s with your front door person. This is highly offensive.
Why not adapt a more customer friendly tactic. Have a smiling person at the exits as well as at the entrance. Target and other large stores the Fenton Parkway area must have the same issues. I find they offer free use of wheelchairs and power scooters for those who have trouble walking. We don’t have to part with our ID’s at the door in their stores.
Please stop treating us like thieves. There must be a compromise available for those shoppers in need of assistance. Until there is a change, I will be shopping at stores set up in a more disability friendly manner.
- Keeping those on the east coast in my thoughts and donating where it will count.
- Himself: He slept the afternoon away and went to bed early. He says he feels better today.
- Herself: Ran errands in the morning. Got stuff put away from the color change in the living room. Ate out and was up and down all night. Got rid of useless quilting books. I kept the ones Seedy's would have wanted. This morning: Wrote a letter to IKEA.
- Reading: Looked at pictures in a book about 100 years of costume design in Hollywood.
- Balance: The quiet while G napped and my head nodded too.