Review’s at the bottom! I got a little carried away with the opinion part.
Florida was a fun find while browsing NYC’s famous (opened in 1971) Pearl River Mart before its depressing brick and mortar close in December because of a giant rent hike at the end of this year’s lease. Pearl River Mart houses tons of Asian/Chinese clothing, plateware, mugs, teapots, cooking utensils, chopstick designs, a small selection of instant noodles, various sauces, and Asian snacks, as well as a tea balcony, a bunch of random knick-knacks downstairs, and plants.
I’ve never seen Paperman, and I really want to now. This is some gorgeous music.
Christophe Beck’s Paperman, by Camden Tilley
Balmy Days & Sundays
Wet: Lime, honeysuckle, rose, musk
Dry: lime, honeysuckle, angel slippers, rose, musk, oakmoss
I don’t know what type of musk Ineke uses, but the scents are all so soapy on me. This one’s a little less so, and the oakmoss I think really helps to counter the weird, soapy musk. The notes online don’t indicate any sort of citrus, but the lime for me is front and center, though I don’t know what freesia smells like. It reminds me of times on the slip and slide, the squashed grass and mud mixing with the smell of detergent or bubble soap or whatever was mixed into the water to give it a slick quality, but it’s definitely cleaner and prettier, as if we were engaging in the activity in a field of wildflowers.
100 Happy Days
Even as I fill in the little blanks and sign up for this, I keep thinking I should put it off for another day or I’m going to be grasping for the things that make me happy or I’m going to miss a day or I’m going to find a day where I’m just not going to have the motivation to post.
I guess that’s the point though, isn’t it?
P.S. Oh right, I keep forgetting I have a Twitter. Don’t tweet me yet or anything though. I need to relearn how to use it first, haha.