Today's social dilemma is an easy one. I wanted to bring it up because I went out to the store last night when the wind was whipping around and I saw several grocery carts just rolling all over the parking lot. I tired to grab as many as I could but there were still some out there. When I went into the store, I told one of the managers and he sent someone out to get the others. The thing is, that never would have happened if everyone just put their own cart away. 95% of the time I put the cart in one of those spaces in the parking lots for them, but I would be lying if I said I never left the cart in the parking lot. I do try to help others who have difficulty but again, I would be lying if I said I was a saint when it came to putting the cart away. I'm not proud of it, but it's the truth. When I was talking about it at work this morning, someone said that it's the job of the store to put your cart away after you unload your groceries. So simple question today: Do you return the shopping cart to the "cart corral" after you put your stuff in the car? Do you think it's the store employees job to round up the carts and not yours. No judgement here. Just trying to figure out how all those carts go flying in the wind storm.