Girls’ Day Out


Yes, I realise that today’s photo is rather uninspired and you may well wonder what it has to do with walking, but that’s because I was having too good a time to bother with photos – this is one I took to consider for a future purchase. My friend’s FitBit swears that we walked well over 10,000 steps as we made our way through Ikea, Tesco, and two shopping malls — urban walking at its girlie best!. We shopped, talked, lunched, and laughed as we set the world to rights.

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  1. You are aware of the enjoyment of shopping. I like shopping for all kinds of things but I have to have a motive or objective to keep my focus. In that way I am truly one of the weaker sex as I do not have the endurance all day expeditions as you described. Get a man interested in hardware and automobles… diffrent story. It’s about the hunt is t not? I liked the shot of the dinnerware. I like stoneware, but I am drawn to Corelle ware (plastic and unbreakable). Their patterns make you weep. I enjoy design and fashion and architecture and fine arts. I love figureing out how buildings change the way you feel. There is a Bakery near where I live (Italian) that never has people sitting or spending time there. Very oppressive, looks normal, but you want to leave. Odd reallly. K

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