I stopped in Erika's to look for some souvenirs to take home. The front door slammed on my foot so hard that I had to catch my breath for a few minutes before going in. My leather boot has a permanent cut in it, and hours later my foot is still sore-just hoping there's not a fracture. I don't know if the owner saw it happen or not, but no one came to see if I was okay. I'm not normally a complainer, but genuinely concerned that someone could get hurt - especially kids (I have 3 little ones of my own). I politely asked the owner if she would consider putting a sign on the door to warn others there is no tension in the door. She said okay, and I proceeded to limp to the other room to look for some gifts. Clearly they assumed that I left, because they were laughing hysterically and overheard one of them say "Oh - there's water right here - can you put a sign"..and they were laughing hysterically. Truthfully, if my foot wasn't searing with pain I would have thought it was a good one, but under the circumstances frankly thought it was mean. I then told them I was glad to give them a daily laugh - but would she like to see my foot. She said "no thanks" and I commented that she may want to reconsider, as an owner, how she treats her customers. She snarkingly asked what I wanted from her and I simply responded I wanted her to fix her door to protect others. Hopefully this note will prompt her to fix the problem. If you don't care about being made fun of as a customer, I'm sure it's a good place, lol. Never did try the food. Good luck!
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