Sunday, December 16, 2012

King of Prussia Mall {Sunday In My City}

The King of Prussia Mall is on the outskirts of Philadelphia and one of the largest Malls in the entire United States.
I am lucky enough to live 30 minutes away!
This mall has thousands of stores.
A variety of everything for everyone.
They were even selling cars!
There were two huge Christmas trees inside the mall adding to the festive season!



All the stores were decked out too.
H E L L O!!!!
Gonna ask Santa for one of them under my tree!
Happy Sunday!
Head over to Unknown Mami and see what the other cities had to show us this week.
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9 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. I grew up near there! And can I please have one of those goodies under my tree as well :D

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  2. Wait a second Tami, isn't this YOUR blog??? What are you doing leaving yourself a comment, or am I allllll mixed up today?

    I SEE THE ROW OF "KINGS" ON THE TREE THAT YOU SHOWED JUST FOR ME!!!

    I claim they are just for me - - - don't confuse me with the facts if they aren't.

    ;-)

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  3. great pictures - thanks for sharing!

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  4. I'd be in a lot of trouble if I lived that close.
    and homeless. but with a lot of stuff. LOL

    My kids are absolutely flipping out over the size of that tree!

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  5. I live fifteen minutes from the kop mall. I used to work at the restaurant (that is now closed) above the reindeer outside. I haven't been there in so, so long because I'm always in the Exton area. They have it decorated so nicely! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend! Xoxo
    Maria

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  6. I see what you mean about all the comments. Hmmmmmmm, what I suggested in my last e-mail won't explain all this, but not sure what will.

    Maybe you have multiple personalities and just don't know it yet.

    OH I DO KID ABOUT THAT!

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  7. I will ask Santa to do just that! ;-)

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  8. You wouldn't be homeless because I'd let you live with me! LOL

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  9. I might not ever find my way out of that place.

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