Yesterday, I went to the Mall of America, in suburban Minneapolis, with my brother, before dropping him at the airport, for his flight home.
At the mall, we saw hundreds, if not thousands, of wide eyed children, enjoying the sights with their moms and dads. Many of the moms were pushing double strollers, with cute twins side by side.
Surrounded by the holiday displays and vast crowds of shoppers from around the world, the expressions on the children’s faces were priceless.
Surprisingly, to me at least, was that at least 90% of the children were exceptionally well behaved.
It was like Garrison Keiller’s Lake Wobegone, where all of the children are above average.