The cockatoo seems to be disinterested in escaping today. At least, as far as I can tell. My neurologist seems to think my tests are good, and unless I want to take a few more very expensive tests, there would be no answers to my issues from that office. My daughter took me, and we decided to go to the mall, I haven't been to one in three or four years, so I was game. I've been seeing adverts for some different colognes I've been curious about, so we got that out of the way first. I have allergies to many fragrances, so we were careful but silly. I didn't spend any coins on cologne today, but I did get a few sample bottles. I have worn Obsession for men at least ten years now, and I do also sometimes wear Number 4711, and Givency's PI, and CK. I found a cologne called Calvin Klein's Euphoria Intense. Man do I love that cologne. I WILL be getting it, probably later this month. I also found a couple of colognes for women that I liked, one is called Honey, and the other is called Daisy. Clearly they were both very light and clean-smelling, and not flowery, or overwhelming, and lastly, they did NOT make me nearly die.
We ate at the food court, something simple, Sbarro's pizza and a side of oiled potatoes. We found a little BOGO shop, full of hippy stuff, run by a husband and wife from Nepal and my daughter got a really great skirt from there. We got haircuts, for me, all I need is a barber and a number three guard on the shears and I'm good to go. My daughter had about seven inches cut, so half the length really. She bought a nice red hair ribbon and some new shoes and she was so delighted and kept saying over and over that I spoiled her. We went by Hot Topic and I found a couple of buttons that I liked, and I found a couple stickers I loved at a skateboard shop, and then we bought a couple of cookies at the cookie factory.
We had planned to see Hero 6 at the theatre, but I was so worn out, and so we came home. I found a box of Mike and Ike candies, Minion flavoured (blueberry and banana) so I snacked on candy til bedtime. And now, it's bedtime.