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A Day Off At MACYS

TODAY IS MY DAY OFF WORKING!  Around noon, we went for a shopping spree again..this time to Arden Mall and our favourite shop is none other than MACY!  Imagine... from noon, we spent eight hours straight at this shopping centre... Oh my goodness!  Ladies... tsk... tsk... the  hours just passed by so quick... like Quik Silver... hahhaaa...
A bit quiet today because it is a working day...
Totally fine with us cos we took our own sweet time to walk around...
Imagine.. 8 hours!!
Window shopping....
Lunch at the food court....
Teppanyaki Chicken which came in a large portion as usual....$6.50
It is enough for the three of us!
But my eyes were on this ....
Cold Stone Strawberry  $3.90
So...where did we really spend the long hours?
RIGHT HERE AT MACY'S
OUR FAVOURITE MALL OF ALL TIMES!
Someone is going to LOVE this t-shirt Very Much!!


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  1. Hi Claire! I have not started blogging again yet. But I just had to visit you and thank you for the wonderful postcard! We have been through so much lately, so this meant so much to me, to know you are still thinking of us! Lake Tahoe is beautiful!! But I have never been there, so will only see it in your postcard. I will cherish it. I LOVE Macys!! I think you were doing "Shop till you drop"!!

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  2. Macy's is a very good place to shop. Sometimes, when the do sale, you can find even better bargain here than in those premium outlets!

    I give you a tips, the store usually don't stock up as extensive as their online store. You can go to their website to do online window shopping, if you find something that you want then copy down the product ID. Then you go find at the store, if don't have, or no size/color, then you can request the store to order for you based on the product ID. This way you get what you want and avoid the risk of online shopping (if you afraid of it). I did that all the time!

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    1. Thank you for your tips RG!! Yes, i saw yhe signs... Shop online there...

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  3. 8 hours in the shopping complex..that's what holiday is about. BTW, are the pricing OK?

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  4. Ummm...after all that time there, what did you get for me? Hehehehehe!!!!!

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  5. 8 hours shopping, really shopping queen! Oh yes, I want the ice cream too!

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