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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by earllogjam, Feb 4, 2009.
What do u see as small luxuries
lately i have been collecting nude statues and furs,
also candelbras,all three together are pretty.
is a day at the spa a small luxury?
If so, that's it!
yarn. hand spun angora. cashmere sock yarn. skeins of mohair/silk blends. anything with loft and fuzzy. never meant for a project just collected in stingy hoarder girl fashion. ya have to include the hours i'll spend in a yarn shop fondling and snuzzling all the pretty pretty yarn.
These days I live like a monk but I allow myself the Jasmine Vanilla collection from Bath and Body works. I love the smell and how it makes my skin feel.
Um, what you indulged in was not a small luxury. :wink:
sorry to hear you feel that way...because I plan on doing it more often.
You know, while you are working and I'm home, all alone :tongue:
omg, you have already become the housewife?
well you did say I had to do the cooking and cleaning....
I'm still not doing laundry!!!
ooohh I know another small luxury...can we get a maid and cook? Pretty please :smlove2: :kiss:
Let me think about it for a moment....NO (hehe)
hmmm what if I :wink:
That might do it...little less talking, lot more action!!
various guitar string types and picks
A couple of music cd's a month.
And good books.
Dessert beers. Hazelnut is my fav.
Expensive scented candles (not the cheap crap).
Reading a good book in the bath.
Baking and cooking.
Writing some stupid hilarious stuff and some serious stuff on LPSG.org.
Sleeping to "Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory" every night.
Decoupage. I am thinking that will be a big luxury. I am going to SAM'S CLUB and buy a 1.75L bottle of MOD PODGE and 50 foam brushes. :biggrin1: I just finished a cool double sided bulletin board project. You can prop the sucker up against your wall no nails to hang it up.
Doing liquor infusions...buying bottles of vodka, rum, sake, tequila. Putting flavorful stuff in a liquor and letting them infuse their flavorful qualities...strain them and funnel them back into the original bottle for gifts and for personal use.
A clean house. Free from dryer sheet perfumes, bleach, pine sol any chemical cleaner that makes me itch or stinks. lol
Candles with temple incense in them, chamomile body lotion from CamoCare for the itchies, dead sea salt products from Ahava, Jiaogulan tea fresh brewed, reading out on the balcony and meditating there.
Mercurial - don't you mean living like a Nun?
Books, hot showers and sushi are my little luxuries
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, good coffee, nag champa, hand made chocolates and beautiful books.
Rico.. don't be cheap. He's worth it!
Twice a month I go to the Hamam. It's really costs nothing, but the bubble massage on a heated slab of marble is ridiculous.
White Marchesini wheels for my 1000RR. Ok that's not small...
Miller & Harris soaps.
Paul Fürst Mozartkugel pralines. My gf brings them from Salzburg.