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Pearsons

I love shopping at home. Walking downtown Tisdale brings back memories of my childhood. I should have whipped my camera out and taken some pictures, but I didn't think about how much I love seeing the familiar stores and strolling up and down the street until I began writing this post.

Calder and I had an exciting reason to head out and to do some shopping. Calder's great grandma Hamilton gave Calder some money when we saw her last weekend. Calder had money burning a whole in his pocket (although he was completely unaware!).

We headed to Pearsons - downtown Tisdale - and began the hunt for a new toy. We drifted down aisles, gawked at toys, and touched anything we could get our hands on.
In the end, Calder settled on 5 new cars, which will not come as a surprise to anyone who knows him. He was so excited to open them when we got home. Good stuff.


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  1. Awesome!

    Remember when Aunt Pat would give us each $5 for Pearsons!

    Jes

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  2. I Love Pearsons! It's such a great store. It is so neat that you are taking Calder to shop there now.

    I love the cars and truck... good choice Calder!

    Love Auntie Pat

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  3. is that truck as big as uncle Luke's?

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  4. Pearson's is the BEST! we have to shop there everytime we are home too! The kids love it (the free suckers Denver gives out helps too)....

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  5. We love shopping there on our way to the cabin! It's such a treat!

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