Sunday, June 09, 2013

John Lewis~ THE place to shop

We are a very active family and sometimes I don't have the time or the energy needed to deal with a store full of people, so I do a lot of my shopping online. Plus, with the way things are in my area, I really am getting tired of the store clerks being overly rude and very unhelpful. Just the other day I was looking for a lightweight but comfy jacket for my hubby to use while hiking and riding his bike. I needed something that would keep him cool in the summer but also help in the winter, and it had to be waterproof, well I went to a store that shall remain nameless, and let's just say that EVERYONE there was rude and the most they would do is point to the jackets. No help whatsoever and they would not even listen to what I was looking for, they heard jacket and that was as far as they listened.

North Face JacketI headed home without a jacket and highly agitated, but I knew that I could more than likely find what I was looking for online, so I got on my trusty Google and found JohnLewis.com. I have never been so happy to find a site like this, you can buy just about everything there from electronics to toys and everything in between! I found these great north face jackets that were just what I was looking for at that awful store and there was no hassle getting the jacket ordered and shipped to me in the US. The checkout process is simple, and you have plenty of payment options available, including paypal, shipping isn't completely outrageous seeing as the items are traveling across an ocean.
I love the variety of items on the site and I was overjoyed when I found the jacket that was everything I was looking for without having to search for hours.
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