Having a cold is a sweaty business. The nights give me an idea what going through menopause might feel like. So today - since I am doing and getting better (yay, the doctor confirmed so) - time for new linens. Do you like the state of chaos as much as I do? Throwing everyhing onto a big pile in the middle of the bed and working your way through.
Next to the bed stands the nightstand, two tubes accompany me before falling asleep. One smells yummy, the other not so.
The yummy tube, for hands and nails. I like to place my hands close to my nose at night since this smells so yummy!
The not so yummy but all the more efficient tube: Fexitol
Friend B. admires neat heels on strange men's feet (at least during our vacation in Brittany she did ;-)). I did not consider soft skin around the heel as an asset until then. After all the hiking and skimountaineering, the feet like this foot balm a lot and this balm makes a difference.
Surprise, surprise, this product is made in down under! #1 in Australia and England.
Speaking of which: Having seen Oprah in Australia part 1 - not having seen Oprah before - I can't help it but call this show disturbing. I caught up with older episodes, from the studio and what really disturbes me is the audience. The audience behaves like seals or monkeys in the zoo during feeding hour only they don't get bananas and fish but coupons. Now I understand why Tom Cruise - the picture went around the globe - jumped on that sofa like a monkey. It was probably appropriate.