Last week I was in JC Penney and found four shirts that I had seen there before, but this time they were in my size. I held them in my arms as I continued to browse other items. Another man walked over to me and said, "I have been looking for those colors as well ... may I ask what the size is?" "15 32/33," I replied. "Damn, those must be the only ones left in that size. Are you planning to buy them all today?" "That is the plan because I have also patiently waited for these to be restocked. I stopped in here previously only to find an abundance in sizes 16 and 17." He walked away and I thought that was the end of our brief interaction. Then a few minutes later he returns with what he believes is an offer not to be refused. "Why not keep two of your choosing and give the others to me. This way we will both accomplish something from our trips today? I forgot to mention that I have a job interview next week and I really would appreciate having the shirts." I replied, "There is a first time for everything. You realize I am under no obligation to bargain for merchandise in my possession, but I will offer you this. Since only one shirt at a time can be worn to a job interview, I will keep three, not two. However, I will give you the color of your choice. Fair enough?" He was so grateful and chose the lavendar (my favorite color, naturally). I shared this story with my sister and the next day she went to a different Penney's and found another in lavendar for me. Don't you just love a good ending?