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My Mommy Mart

September 28, 2013

A person doesn’t have to be a parent to shop at My Mommy Mart, the twice-yearly children’s clothing and more consignment event at the Washington County Fairground....

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Goodoleme

Sep-29-13 1:58 PM

This was a very big joke when you were not allowed to take your purse in with you. You had to leave it at the front. I would not had mind let them go through it when I left,but I sure in the*****was not going to leave it unattended

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SalGovernale

Sep-30-13 10:48 AM

Goodoleme: 1st off, this is standard procedures at consignment sales. 2nd, you couldve left your precious purse in the car. 3rd, it was never unattended, there are always, at ALL times at least one if not two people staying with the purses not only that there is video surveillance on the purses at ALL times. So it sounds like you are the joke. The couple that runs this are great people who work endless hours to bring this great sale to the people of the MOV. Dealing with ignorant people like you has to be the worst part!

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SocialWorkRocks

Sep-30-13 12:48 PM

@Sal: Really? Why bash someone for not wanting to leave their personal items out of their care? Seriously??? WalMart and other stores have cameras, but does that put an end to theft? I would not leave my wallet in just anyone's care and I can't blame @Goodoleme. Give her a break!

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SalGovernale

Sep-30-13 1:02 PM

Like I said, you can leave your purse/wallet, whatever in the car. Why bash a sale where not only the owners but their volunteers work endless hours to make happen!

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SocialWorkRocks

Sep-30-13 1:08 PM

I think that your term "precious purse" just kind of struck a nerve. As much as you were mad at her for making statements you turned around and did the exact same thing. Why yell at someone for something and then do the exact same thing?

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