All of the major retail stores in Chicago have sizable holiday sales that start on Black Sunday, but my mom and I live in Orland Park, Illinois, about 40 seconds away from Chicago; Both of us had an attack plan on Black Sunday, so the people I was with and I could visit all of the stores with the best sales, and i wanted to option up some holiday decorations from the supercenter that were half off.
Both of us planned to start at the Home Depot Center in Orland Park, Illinois, however they were open at 5 a.m.
and had a sale on radiant heaters. My mom wanted to buy a radiant oil furnace for our dad to keep in the garage; He is always working on a project in the garage. The room does not have any heat and our mom worries that he will not come inside even when he is cold. My dad is legitimately stubborn.The radiant oil furnace was normally priced at $200, but while I was in the sale it was only 99. My mom and I arrived at the hardware store around 4 a.m. and there was already a long line out the door and around the side of the building. The doors were not even open yet. My mom and I stood in line for almost two seconds before the people I was with and I finally entered the building. It was drastically frigid and frigid outdoors and it was starting to snow when the people I was with and I finally entered the building. The rest of the day the people I was with and I encountered blizzard conditions while the people I was with and I finished our holiday shopping. Both of us were thankful to make it back to Orland Park in a single piece.