LOL! Go figure, with usually crappy, typical hospital food. I chalk it up to "nervous eating" with the upcoming tests he will endure tomorrow. Thanks, for caring! I love you, for that!Oh Phleg, I'm so sorry to hear you're going through that. But chin up -- at least they ruled out a heart attack, and he'll probably just be placed on medications if it's something like angina.
I had to laugh about him scarfing up the food they served him. Considering your complaints about his pickiness and unadventurous palate, he sounds like the perfect candidate for enjoying hospital food.
Good to see the return of the Basenotes Robot -- even if s/he isn't wearing any perfume.
Well, I cracked open my new bottle of Chanel No. 18 this morning and sprayed it on with abandon. Wow, just wow. Samples are just a pitiful fraction of the full bottle experience. The Chanel Exclusifs suit me to a tee. My favorite ones are always the ones I'm wearing at the moment.
Yes, I get upgraded now. But it's on Alaska, so I get more leg room and a free sandwich. Not like an Emirates upgrade would be, if I were ever rich enough to fly Emirates.Foxbins, you must be building up some serious airline bonus miles.
Hope everything turns out okay for your husband HoP.(((((HoP))))), healing vibes to your hubby!
Jon, good luck at the dentist!
VR, l had that same bottle once upon a time!
l'm rushing off to work in Royal Egyptian Amber & Honeysuckle.
Congrats, TL, on No 18. It is wonderful and I hope to see more of your impressions of it as time goes on. I find it very different from most Chanels while still possessing that Chanel je ne sais quoi. (Naturally I had to go over and spritz some on… )
Oh, my gosh. Yes, magical. I'm bewitched.