Sep 15, 2014

A Favorite Outing...

Show me a mall, and I'm happy.
I love shopping! I'm impatient though. 
I'll go to the mall and in 30 minutes be ready to go...

One of my favorite place to have some alone time is going to the Mall.  My favorite being 
The Galleria Mall, right here in Fort Lauderdale.  Not too big like many others so for my needs
just perfect.  It's a good way to be alone and at the same time get some exercise in an air conditioned
place.  Perfect any which way you look at it.  So just the other day I had one of theses days to myself.

Most of the times when I go to the mall it is just merely browsing, although I do enjoy
trying on clothes.  This can take quite some time and the good thing is that Arvid is not with
me to rush me.  He says he likes to go with me to the mall but, all he does is stand and just stare.

When I go I like to walk around the entire mall.  Not necessarily go into all the stores.
Three stores are a must, Macys, Dillards and Michael Kors.  This time I was in luck because
Michael Koors was having a special autum preview and I had a VIP invitation to go and see it.
Was very tempting to buy something, but I was "good" truth is I did not see anything I wanted badly.

The Galleria Mall has an enormous food court.  Anything and everything you crave.
On top of all of that there are tons of very good restaurants.  For us it is always a stop at
PF Chang's for lunch.  Good food and as far as Arvid is concerned good beer.  Happy both of us.

One of my favorite things is just having a cafe, sitting down and watching
people pass by.  So much to see and not always pleasant, but always interesting.

Monday morning already.  Busy day ahead and as you can see
Brutus is all ready to make himself useful.
Already on all his dada's papers.

To all a good day.  Monday already; start of a new and productive week ahead.
But on the off chance someone should ask, I'll be very happy to go to the mall tomorrow.

Good morning everyone.
Here is to the start of another exciting and productive week.

As we grow up, we realize it becomes less important to have
 more friends and more important to have real ones...