While we all need our sleep, some of us are prone to falling into a deeper slumber than others. Alicia Johnson of Lindon, Utah, can certainly attest to that, following an eventful trip to a Walmart store in May 2017. Rather than join her mom shopping, Alicia’s 13-year-old daughter Savannah decided to stay in the car and eventually nodded off. However, when Alicia returned to the vehicle, none of her considerable efforts could wake Savannah up.
Although grocery shopping with children can often be challenging for parents, visiting a store with teenagers is a different story. As young adults, they’re often afforded more trust by their folks when visiting places like Walmart. However, while some teens might wander off on their own down the aisles, Savannah Johnson chose to do something else entirely.