Friday, January 9, 2009

I'm In Love!

I have found my true love - Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy.

(With the strum of a harp in the background and misty clouds rolling by:)
It all began when...

Sometime in the Spring of 2008 I was in the library doing homework when the call of nature began to nag me. As I walked up to the sink to wash my hands after using the restroom I noticed a bottle of handsoap as a second option to the common "GBS Bathroom Soap". As a person who likes to try new things (sometimes) I used it. It was the most DIVINE scent my olfactories have ever encountered. It was called Black Current Vanilla. It was such a wonderful, comforting scent. I probably washed my hands two or three times before I left the bathroom.

Then again, last semester, I was in the bathroom of the library when I saw a different aromatherapy scent sitting by the sink waiting to be used. This time it was Eucalyptus Spearmint; such a relaxing scent.

About a week before this past Christmas break I was over to the Profitt's for a Game Night and, naturally, had to use the restroom. From the corner of my eye I could see a Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy bottle sitting on the counter. I couldn't wait to indulge my scenses. Mandarine Lime, an energizing scent, was the highlight of my evening. (Okay not really. But for the story's sake I'll say it was.)

I have since then bought a few of these products for my own enjoyment; Black Current Vanilla and Lavender Chamomile Body Washes, Eucalyptus Spearmint Soothing Sugar Scrub, and Warm Milk & Honey Sleep Pillow Mist.



Yes, my Super Sniffer has fallen in love.

4 comments:

Wayfaring Gypsy said...

Let the record stand that it was I whom introduced the Lavender Vanilla body wash! (...during the power outage Megan decided to "sample" some of mine...which was OK -- for now! *Mwahahahah!*)

Sam said...

So when's the wedding?

Megobuddy said...

Who says love always leads to a wedding?!

Melissa Phelps said...

Clearly that last comment was made after using Manderine lime.

Lol, I was so there when we discoverd the eucalyptis scent! I remember bringing the bottle out to the library table so everyone could smell it :p