So Valentine's Day means to me - an evening at home. I worked in a flower shop for a few years and it put the holiday into perspective for me (yes, that is me... a long time ago... my Mom surprised me, thus the stupid look on my face). Poor guys (and I say guys here, because the demographic was skewed that way, not because I am stereotyping, it was just that way at Larry's Market in Oaktree on Valentine's Day), frantically looking for some flowers for their date (see there I am not assuming
male or female, just so you know that I don't stereotype). Flowers on V-Day are...well, how do I put this delicately... over-priced and not always the highest quality. That is not to say that you can't find good quality flowers on V-Day, but if they are reasonably priced someone is loosing money (flowers are purchased fresh from the wholesalers weekly if not daily, so the prices change as often - therefore they are always inflated the week of Feb. 14). Anyway, I always offered to work V-Day because I a) didn't have a date and b) felt sorry for the poor souls that were shopping - oh and c) I love chaos. Anyway, I digress...
Sparkling...Fizzy....Effervescent...SET of 3 Bath Tablets by Sweet Petula
Milk and Honey Candle in Frosted Glass - By Sweet Petula
Love Potion 9 - shea butter soap- for your Valentine - by Sweet Petula
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