I have been ill for a week now. I am recovering from the flu. Luckily most of my sense of smell has returned, but I have not worn any fragrance during this time. It feels weird not to wear perfume because it is like putting on a piece of clothing to complete my outfit; but at the same time, I haven't had much of a desire to put any on. A few times I reached for a fragrance oil rollerball and sniffed it--something with vanilla--but I didn't put it on.
I cannot wait until I feel better;
Some Diptyque goodies. A wise and benevolent benefactor should humour me, in a kindly, jolly, fatherly way, and buy me the Opoponax Candle and Room Spray, and the Volutes fragrance.
My devout praying seems not to be very effective in obtaining these luscious, precious, and highly desirable items, nor yet have i discovered my other desires nestling cosily in the mailbox. I need to be able to get my coveted SA position in the fragrance and beauty department of Nordstrom, i will be
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Originally Posted by Hasupk@gmail.com
I cant get myself to use anything but the fancy original creed leather atomizer.
Then I think that's what you should do. Unfortunately you'll need to pay the asking price.
Since i had a good old ramble on here. I have been feverishly following the Blind Sniff thread, with great interest, trolling through the Notepad thread, putting stuff on the freebie thread, just trying to learn, and add to the community.
My fragrance wardrobe has not suffered in the meantime, though no new vintage treasures have fallen into my lap recently. I have though, been testing the ones i received via my mother in law. I have added to my vanity, vintage Eau de 1000, by Jean
Today I was able to sample Cafe Rose by Tom Ford at Saks Fifth Avenue. They were sweet enough to give yours truly two samples. Cafe Rose is a beautiful oriental floral fragrance that I think I'm in love with. I definitely might have to purchase this to wear in the Fall. So exciting!
Notes: saffron, black pepper, may rose, turkish rose, bulgarian rose, coffee, incense, amber, sandalwood and patchouli.
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