Happy Easter everyone!
Today we are meeting for a family breakfast at the Grandparents house. There is a big garden where my older son hopes to catch a glimpse of the Easter bunny or at least find some Easter eggs and other small gifts it might have left.
My younger son will be content trying his new skill – walk, fall, repeat – on the green grass and maybe inspect a passing bug or two.
My husband is looking forward to eating his Mom’s Ukrainian Easter delicacies.
And I? I am going to put my feet up and let the sun shine on my SPF 50-ied nose, smelling spring-like and festive at the same time in my trusted Puredistance I, the perfect Holiday perfume.
Last week I had a lot of catching up to do, many lovely articles saw the light of day in Perfumeland. Here are a few for your browsing pleasure:
A few of us banded together to make a stand for high quality perfume writing in print magazines, even if the editors there choose to go on ignoring us, it still felt good. Thank you for all your comments of support! In case you missed it…
Dee on Beauty on the Outside posed an interesting question that sparked many quirky responses – how does the Apocalypse affect the dedicated Perfumista? Not much, it turns out.
Carrie of Eyeliner on a Cat reviewed Aura Candles. Smells lovely…
Vanessa of Bonkers about Perfume worries about Blogorexia, let us hope she doesn’t waste away in front of the computer, write less entertaining posts, people!
Gaia at The Non-Blonde writes about Calyx by Prescriptives, an “equal-opportunity scrubber” that I have worn in my youth, but that has significantly changed since then, at least that was always my suspicion, I am glad Gaia sees it the same.
Persolaise reviewed a L’Artisan perfume – Coeur de Vétiver Sacré – that I am also testing at the moment, I love his take on it.
I hope you all have a great Easter weekend, is Monday a holiday in the rest of the world too? What are your plans?