You can feel the autumn chill in the air. There is a http://www.bitittan.com in the breezes. A sweater and socks feel good as does the warmth of a nice hot cup of tea, especially with a little extra honey. You close some of the windows and pull the covers right up to your chin. Your mind wanders to flannel and soup.
There will still be some summer days to enjoy with heat, sun and maybe humidity. October always brings a week or so of glorious weather. It is just a warning, a signal to make the most of it. With all the sales http://www.pupms.com on summer clothes It is the perfect timing to think about next summer.
I am so out of it on fashion these days. Well, actually I have been for years now. I just wish I had all the worn out,http://www.suitunderwear.com ripped and stained jeans I wore when I was priming tobacco. They would be right in style now. Who in their right mind pays good money for pants that are too bad even for the rag bag?
I do remember wearing jeans that were frayed along the back hem not because we bought them that way but because we wore them too long. My mother was horrified and said I looked like a street urchin even though they were clean and pressed. I guess today’s version is the extreme of the same thing.
Is wearing, in public, a bedazzled sheer curtain or bathing suit cover up over your underwear 'style?' I thought you were supposed to not let your underwear be seen. I am so old.
I think I could get on the bandwagon for wearing pajamas as street clothes. A nice silk or satin two-piece set could be quite fashionable. Do you think I could get away with a cotton nightie? Maybe with a matching housecoat and slippers?
Wondered out loud before if anyone ate those products advertised as only using natural ingredients before they knew that? What non-natural ingredients were they using before? It is all so confusing. I ate them before the claim and since and have not really noticed any difference in taste.
One product lately making those claims is root beer. Now, I drank root beer never ever even thinking about what it was made of. After the advertisement stating it was made with natural cane sugar and natural flavours I had to question what natural flavours are used in the making of root beer. Exactly what roots are used?
So I wrote the company and asked what root beer was made of. I was told natural cane sugar and natural flavours. I wrote back again and asked exactly what natural flavours? No response, so I did some research on my own. Gotta love Google.
So, for anyone interested root beer is made of: cane sugar from the sugar cane plant which has a caramel colour with a fruity sweetness and flowery fragrance. Sarsaparilla root has a noticeable taste of vanilla, caramel and wintergreen. Birch bark provides a refined earthiness contributing a gentle mint flavour. Licorice gives an intensity of flavor with slightly bitter, sweet and spicy nuances. Anise is a fragrant spice featuring qualities of fennel and tarragon.
Well, it does have roots and as a bonus it also has bark. Either way, I love it.