Don't get me wrong, I'll miss my loved ones too. But this is my frag blog.
Tomorrow I'm flying down south for a week to visit some long lost family. (Dad, stepmom, half silblings, nieces and nephews, and a grandmother!) :bounce: I'm only bringing one carry on bag to save time, money, and space. SO, I'm leaving my collection behind for a whooole week. It will be the longest I've been without them. Lots of firsts! First time flying, first time meeting these relatives, and first scent
Updated 10th August 2009 at 05:15 AM by misscasey
Had some le vainqueur bought for me after all the fab reviews.
Very disappoined as supposed to be edp for men but I find it to be very short lived.
How can I be sure that it is original and not a fake?
Have enquired and it was bougt off e bay from Latvia.
It had a label on the cellophane wrapper that appears to be Russian
Can anyone help me please??]
Some say your life is supposed to flash before your eyes when it's your time. Thinking about that makes me wonder how it would feel to have your life flash before your "nose." Decades from now, when I am old and gray, and looking back at all of the things I loved about my life, I want to also remember the scents which marked those moments.
As my mind searches back, I remember when I was in elementary school and the after-dinner random trips to the drugstore with my parents.
Updated 7th August 2009 at 11:25 PM by septembergirl
So being on BN for a month has really made me think about where I became so enamored with perfumes and it had its origins in soaps, When I was little...like starting around 5 I would collect soaps...different shapes...different designs...different fragrances...very odd childhood hobby I guess. I did eventually grow out of it. When I was about 9 there was a line of cosmetics for kids called Tinkerbell Cosmetics (no Disney affiliation) I really enjoyed them but the perfume wasn't the best ever..it
A signature scent is something I've always strived to have. Throughout my life, I've worn various fragrances for years at a time, and sprinkled here and there in between were perfume shopping binges. I'd be loyal to one for five years, then would grow bored and splurge on a handful more, never feeling fully satisfied so soon after abandoning the former. Decades later, I'm still doing it... Here I sit with Angel. I love it and my husband loves when I wear it. Everytime I glance at that star
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