My youngest daughter needed some clothes for all of the upcoming events that she's going to attend this coming school year. I haven't purchased anything retail for myself since 2 years and 10 months ago but I buy retail for my girls all the time. So we went to a mall here in Plantation called The Fountains. We've being going to this mall for about 10 years. I was in a very relax mood so my clothes are loose on me and I wore the most comfortable sandals that I could find.
Napa Valley shirt, made in Kenya about 3 sizes larger than my usual shirts and just thrifted at the end of June.
Sweetheart red pants also thrifted in June and made in Cambodia.
Thrifted belt purchased about 4 months ago.
Report sandals from Ross; they were purchased for my daughter
but somehow they end up with my shoes.
Bracelets from all of the places that I lived and rings from my times in NYC.
The hearts necklace is from the Indian store by my job and its quite old.
One of my most loved purses; my Paloma Picasso purse.
Thrifted more than 10 years ago.
Here we are on our way to Marshalls to get some shorts, tops and dresses for my daughter.
This entire area was constructed in the last 2 years. The sidewalk where I'm walking used to be a family
owned Italian restaurant that made an amazing lasagna.
These are new condominiums; the Fountains movie theater used to be in this location and all the green area were stores or parking spaces. My girls first movies with friends was in those movies theater but now they gone.
They developers did a good job including many green areas and even though I still feel bad for many of the specialize stores that close down the new green areas are very nice to take a stroll in between the giant stores that have taken over the mall.
More luscious greenery!
Of course The Fountains have many fountains around the mall areas.
Me, myself, my little car and the restaurant behind me is where we sat our behinds to eat.
The cup said it well...
My girl's lunch-dinner was this gigantic burrito and chips.
This are my fajitas and chips. Both plates plus soda were very reasonable and I still had some money left for gas.
This is the inside of Lime; right to the left of us. The wall are yellow and all the wood accent makes it so homey.
The collection of sauces; from mildly heaven to hot as hell.
Adorable yellow flowers right by the parking area across from the restaurant.
Have a great rest of the week,