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Gaining Weight At Leatherby's Family Creamery, Sacramento

WASTING NO TIME... .

The very next morning after our morning pancake breakfast, we went to Macy!  NO time to be wasted when it comes to shopping.  Spent a couple of hours there, time really flies when it comes to browsing and trying on endless of ladies' attire! 

As for Aaron, he went sight seeing around town and came to meet us at Macy around noon.  He loves shopping too though he ended up buying nothing at all while us ladies got a couple of dresses each.  Soon it was time for the long awaiting dessert which I miss very much while back in Malaysia.  Weather was quite warm and the thought of an enormous ice cream is very welcoming indeed!
Finally.... his wish came true! 

Daddy's Doug.... the biggest ever found in Leatherby's!
We ordered some Chicken Sandwich too with sweet potato fries...
And their famous Crab Sandwich....
Generous servings of Fresh crabmeat!
Gaining Weight time has just begun!!


Comments

  1. Wah! Both you and Aaron open your mouths so big! Racing to finish the giant ice-cream? Makes my mouth waters for the ice cream too!

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  2. Oh my. How to eat that giant ice cream.

    Macy! Yes, but at least get something there.

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  3. I will go for the chicken sandwich with sweet potato fries...

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  4. Goodness gracious me! That mountain of ice cream! Like a volcano!

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  5. Giant ice cream! what flavours did you choose?

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  6. I would like to try the crab sandwich.

    Wow! What a gigantic ice cream.

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  7. Wow! this would be a dream come true for me! And I live Macy's!! this was the perfect day. The sandwich also looks divine.

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  8. I want that giant ice cream!

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