I went to the store this week for some birthday wrapping paper (seems odd to have to buy that in December) and ran smack into a pet peeve I have had for some time: shopping carts which are not put back where they are supposed to go.
I am not referring to carts rolling about the parking lot at will - or left parked on the curb - or in the parking lanes - but the ones that people roll to the edge of the cart corral and then leave them there on the fringe. Why in heaven's name can't you push the darn carts together and put them all the way into the corral?
It only takes a minute, people, and if you can push it to the edge of the corral, you can go one or two steps further, can't you? I would appreciate it, plus I know the store personnel would love it. Most of the cart corrals around here look like bumper cars at the fair; carts sitting in every direction, touching, but piled in there willy-nilly.
If you have thought about practicing random acts of kindness and have yet to start - why not make that your good deed from now on?
Have you noticed this too and does it bother you as much as it does me?