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Today at the mall I just watched and listened to the sounds, sights, and smells

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´╗┐Adventure at the Mall Today at the mall I just watched and listened to the sounds, sights, and smells of the mall. I never paid much attention the activity around me on previous trips to the mall. Watching people interact with one another was quite entertaining to say the least. I found myself entirely engrossed. The following are my favorite observations. Teenage girls always tend to amaze me with their behavior, especially when they think no one is watching! I was sitting in the food court enjoying the smells you can only find at the mall. ...read more.

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The girls had no clue how impatient the people in line behind them were getting. I had to leave. I know this is how my girls must act when I?m not watching! I made my way to the play area of the mall. I knew I was getting close, the smell of formula, vomit, and diapers were thick in the air. Looking around I saw a young women looking frazzled and distressed. It did not take long to see why she was in this condition. Two energetic toddlers came running at her, nearly knocking her over; they were covered in what looked like chocolate ice cream. ...read more.

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I thought it must be their anniversary. The salesperson handed a small box to the man; he took it and went down on one knee! The woman was glowing; she looked like a young woman in love for the first time. Watching this made me feel like I was part of a special moment. My journey at the mall has come to an end. I have decided teenage girls always have been and will remain a complete mystery. Frazzled moms come hand in hand with mischievous toddlers and dads that are in trouble. Finally, no matter how old you are, it is never too late for romance. I now have a new appreciation for the sights, sounds, and smell of the mall. ...read more.

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