Guerlain Vetiver (1996).
Thread: SoTD - Sunday, October 17th 2010
I'm in Habanita again today. It's so fabulous! It reminds me of past escapades in smoky bars on dusky October evenings. It makes me think of autumn walks home through the city park, red leaves crunching underfoot and bonfires somewhere in the distance. This is what I'm going wear on Guy Fawkes. Well, probably.
Guerlain Vetiver (1996).
Thanks for the report, Mr. G.
Hello to all.
I'm wearing Fragonard Rose de Mai, a souvenir from meeting Chaya in Boston.
Man, I could use another vacation right now ... or retirement -- at least an extended period of doing stuff I wanna do.
C Rose, thanks for the sympathies. I really am depressed. Texas just has NU's number. I was so looking forward to just a bit redemption before the Big 10 departure. Rats. Guess I'll have to rely on the volleyball team for that.
So, I've decided to wallow in my depression today (despite the beautiful weather) rather than try to cheer up. I will do that tomorrow. In keeping with my melancholy mood, I'm in CdG Avignon. I promise to wear something happy tomorrow, but I just can't bring myself to do it today.
Actiasluna, what fantastic associations with MKK. I love it, too.
Still in a violet mood sparked by The Unicorn Spell last night -- so today I'm in Lutens Bois de Violette.
This stuff is so good I could drink it!
Hope you are happier tomorrow ExtremeKF -- your team will bounce back, I bet! Meanwhile, you picked a lovely, melancholy scent for your recovery day!
Finally online again! My laptop broke down on thursday and it turned out the battery is broken. Been to work this weekend,but had my sister and a friend over on thursday for some sushi and wine Without checking here first I've also been wearing a Chanel today.I wore Egoiste as my sotd...Must be something in the air today SotE is #88.
My scent of the evening was going to be Embruns d'Ambre by Stephanie de Saint-Aignan, but I've had to scrub it off! Nice smell, but I feel so ill now.
Anybody wants the decant, PM me! It's a TPC 5ml.
Decided to go with the flow...wearing No. 5 edt this evening. Going to start dinner soon. We're having sweet potato pancakes, grass fed beef burgers, green beans w. pecans, and sliced tomatoes. Hubby can have some bread, but I'm avoiding wheat. Sending my friend Quarry a big (((hug))). Wish you were here so I could give you dinner and a glass of wine while you put your feet up and relax.
Yesterday I wore L'Instant from a sample.
Today I am in Serge Lutens: Fille en Aiguilles on one wrist, Serge Noire on the other.
ExtremeKF, what can I say, but...Go Longhorns!. Sorry, just teasing a little bit **ducks and covers head** - hello from Texas.
Quarry, ha ha ha, your avatar cracks me up. I'm a Miss Piggy fan myself, dahling.
I wore EL Sensuous to church this morning (somehow, that doesn't sound quite...right, does it?), but now I have Amouage Memoir Man on one wrist and Memoir Woman on the other. Man disappeared, but Woman is stickin' around a while.
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If Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy.
Hey y'all -
I'm in a lovely haze of Iris Ganache...oh so posh, Iris Ganache.
Science is not only compatible with spirituality, it is a profound source of spirituality. When we recognize our place in an immensity of light-years and in the passage of ages, when we grasp the intricacy, beauty, and subtlety of life, then that soaring feeling, that sense of elation and humility combined, is surely spiritual. ..Carl Sagan
Narciso Rodriguez Iridescent
Oh my, I DO smell fine... this lovely scent helps me rise above the dreaded Sunday evening ennui
I don't know much about medicine, but I know what I like. -- S.J. Perelman
Wall Street by Bond No.9
Interesting mix of fragrances today. I went with the soft powdery rose of Stephanie de Saint-Aignan's Le Pot Aux Roses. Nice!
In the smokey-spicy Jean Pascal tonight.
we have seen the enemy...and he is us.-Pogo
Comme des Garcons 2
For the fear of being called homophobic -- again! -- not posting my SotD or thoughts about today's images.
Cicero in Oration once exclaimed O tempora o mores. How true he was!