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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Adventure To Exton Square Mall

Today I decided to take the 92 to Exton Square Mall because I like the Exton Mall better than King of Prussia. I like smaller malls. Since graduating 9 months ago, the furthest I've taken the 92 was Paoli. I can't believe how much Malvern and the path to Exton has changed! When did the Seven-11 across from the Rite Aid close? I won't write about the reaction going through West Chester... but I was glad when I did get to the Exton Mall.

I didn't buy much. It looks like Boscov's has a better (and cheaper) selection online. I was sad I didn't see my silk pajamas. :( But, I guess part of it is even though I do have a gift card to spend, I'm being frugal. I'm trying to find clothes to wear for temping. I did buy grunge boots at DEB though for $8! I was so happy to see that sale. Then, a book on sale for $3. Here are some pictures from my adventure:



I wanted to go into the arcade, but didn't have the cash. :( Next time!






And one of the Baby Doll dresses with the boots. I know I need to clean my room - tomorrow after work! For some reason, though, some of the self-timed pictures came out blurry.





6 comments:

  1. I have boots very similar to yours. Zipper and all.

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    1. I love them, they're so comfortable. :)

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  2. It's good to see how you enjoyed the mall closer to me. Is it really all that small, though?

    Late August is my appointment at the Hair Dzyns across the way from the Books-a-million at the Exton Square Mall. I hate looking like everyone else, but after this Halloween (when I dress as prisoner щ-854) it's going back to normal. I hope people start treating me better after that.

    I've been watching The Stoning of Soraya, a Farsi movie essentially about Iranian women's rights or lack thereof. It was catalogued in the Arabic section of the A/V alcove of the Library. As you know, Farsi and Arabic are different languages - their primary similarity is the direction in which their script is read. That is as if anime were classified as Chinese. (It is not.)
    Oh well. I know the difference, and some of my professorial colleagues do, too. It's fine if few others do.

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    1. Compared to King of Prussia, yes. King of Prussia Mall has two malls that are connected to one another. One side for the rich people, other side for not as rich but not poor either.

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  3. Wow...an arcade place! :) Doesn't seem like there are many of them nowadays.

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    1. I know! I was so sad that I didn't have cash. :( Maybe next time!

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