Monday throughout the ages and throughout the world goes though this inevitable rite of passage called Monday; Monday in every nine to fiver and the scourge of every school kid who has to wake up at 6;00AM is like going to their death but Mondays is not forever or maybe it is depends on your point
of view Monday like every other week is like an cycle ala Samsara is never ending but it's what you make of it if you decided to make
After trying some of the popular scents from the Serge Lutens line, an involuntary shudder runs should my body whenever I see the name Christopher Sheldrake. One that is not in a good way.
I seem to be the only one who finds the Serge Luten creations hardly palatable.
Un Bois Vanille, Daim Blond and Chergui are the only ones I can tolerate to date.
Updated 22nd August 2010 at 02:29 PM by qoo77
Originally Posted by kumquat
Tip your head back and drink in the glorious
waves of vanilla & stryax that
make this a tasty gourmet scent.
Golden is the color that fills my head and
a sweet warmth is in my mouth.
This perfume is making me thirsty!
Launched in 1989.
Top notes are coriander, fir resin,
bergamot, geranium and lemon;
middle notes are labdanum,
Updated 21st August 2010 at 03:31 PM by kumquat
I've been spending a bit of time on the 43things website. Basically you can enter your goals/to do things, and update them. Other people can "cheer" your goals and you can do the same for others. Half the pleasure is in scanning "zeitgeist" and seeing what everyone else wants to do. It was doing this that led me to a goal of doing 21 things in 21 days, the one I saw was for trying 21 different teas in 21 days.
So, you can imagine where this is leading - straight
Updated 12th September 2010 at 07:36 PM by Hebe
We had a nice trip to NYC yesterday; my daughter wanted to see Madame Tussaud's (Wax Museum). The museum is very relaxed-- visitors are allowed to touch, and pose for photos with, the life size figures. This is worth bringing children to. (Who knew that Napolean was so short?)
From there we took the subway to 4th St. and walked a couple of blocks to Aedes de Venustas at 9 Christopher Street, which is conveniently open until 8. We had visited Aedes a year ago and had a good idea