The calendar years is a very busy time for many people. This is especially true when it comes to family life. As a parent, you and your partner are always out there working hard to provide for your family, and build for your future.
At that same time, you probably have school going children. You only get to see each other early in the mornings before you both leave the house for your respective destinations. You will get to see each other again in the evening when you are all so tired, and just want to kick your feet up and detox from all the pressures of the day.
Then come the holidays.
Ah yes, the good things about the calendar year is that you won’t work throughout from January to December and repeat the cycle. You get to have breaks in between. These welcome breaks are the holidays.
Thanksgiving is perhaps the one to lay the path towards the festivities of deep winter: Christmas. Everyone loves a good cheerful Christmas holiday, until they end and it’s time to head back to work.
Well, work sucks, for some people anyway. You could enjoy being back at work. Back among some of the people you actually enjoy being around. People who make things seem easier than they actually are.
After some time though, you will get tired of seeing them every day, sometimes totaling up to 60 hours a week. It may be more, depending on the line of work you are in. A change would be absolutely welcome
Then Comes Easter.
What a welcome break from the busy schedule that you’ve been having over the past three months. It’s time to get the tension off your back, and get some time to spend with your family. What an amazing time. Of course, this would mean heading to the supermarket next to you to stock up on supplies for the coming festivities.
Albertsons and Easter.
Well as excited as you are, you probably may not have enough time to get your shopping done before the clan descends on your home on the Easter weekend. That will mean having to do your shopping on that very same Easter weekend. In some cases, it’s better that way. You get fresher ingredients in comparison to if you would have bought them earlier and stored.
But the big question is, will Albertsons be open during Easter?
The simple answer is that it depends on the location you are in. Some stores may be open, but others will be closed. You can confirm on their website whether the stores in your locality will be open.
Albertsons has a tradition of not opening on Easter Sundays. This is to give their employees ample time to spend with their families, while still not affecting their service to you and your neighborhood.
In fact, it’s not just the Albertsons stores, but the entire United Family stores that does this to a variety of their stores.