(my grandmother called it cabin fever when I was a young mom at home with 2 sick children, and it's stuck)
I did go for my walks but I was bundled up like I was traveling to the North Pole on an Arctic expedition!
Down jacket, boots, gloves, and a scarf.
The kettle has been constantly boiling and the fluids are flowing as fast as I can consume them...this is war!
In the meantime I am reading some light chick lit...
it's just what I need to read...
Why not take advantage of the situation and have a moisturizing facial?
Slather on this emollient rich mask and sit back and bask
knowing that a dewier softer skin will emerge
refreshed and rejuvenated.
Hey why not tidy up and de-clutter the bathroom while I'm at it?
I must be on a roll
or bordering on delirious.
I cannot stand to see mess
I prefer to hide it
sweep it under the carpet or put a lid on it.
Take this simple enamel lidded tray
and hide things inside it.
What would you hide inside?
Make up and brushes!
While I am on this tangent I might as well expose the bathroom medicine cabinet
no medicine here
Have I mentioned that I have found a new skin care line?
Avene from France.
The sensitive skin line is really helping my rosacea settle down.
The no rinse cleanser removes all traces of make up
and I do not need eye make up remover anymore.
I do use several cotton pads swiping gently several times until all make up has been removed.
Post cleanse I mist with Avene water
be careful not to shake it or it will not spray.
Moisturize with the rich cream for dry skin
and that's it.
This little geranium made my day by blooming
what a lovely gift.
Must get back to my juicy novel...
the women from Hunting Hills are out to help the new wife get started on the country club "rules"
and they are taking her shopping for some high end clothes,
A tweedy Chanel suit for starters
and there's more dirt just waiting to reveal itself...
Thanks for dropping by
you're always welcome here in The Humble Bungalow.