The title is vague, general and without specificity or category, and that is exactly why I am leaving it that way HAHA! My favorite things are very broad and diverse, and I like it that way. It keeps my world interesting. So if you care (and/or if you don’t care but you’re nosy, non-human or just plain negative and evil and are looking for a reason to convince others that I am some lonely, crazy old cancer lady who doesn’t matter – here’s you’re chance :-)), then by all means, read. And by the way, I am not a lonely, crazy old cancer lady. I’m not that old. Oh – and this page may go on forever. I mean for-ev-er!! I love a lot of things 🙂
I love perfume. My top 5 favorite scents (so far) are, in order of favorite:
- Deep Euphoria by Calvin Klein
- Stash by Sarah Jessica Parker
- The one I cannot for the life of me remember the name of right now and can’t find it in my purse so I will need to update this one when I either remember or find it neither of which will likely happen in the near future because I will forget oh did I tell you how much I love chemo brain?
- Glossier you by … dammit. I can’t recall the name of the designer of this one but do not fret I will figure out or find it and update this as well.
- Black Opium by Yves Saint Laurent.
Now, I used to be a member of Scentbird, and each month they would send me a new scent. If I ever have enough money to spare $15/month again, this list may change as time flies by. And no, I do not make any money if you click on the links on this page. Although I should and will now see if I can, so if and when that detail changes I will let you know. I never used to be that way. I had one scent, I called it my signature scent, and that is all I wore. I was also of the opinion that every woman needed to be that way – have a certain, specific smell to them that did not mimic anyone else. I am not sure why I changed my mind. I probably forgot.
Something else I love, and for anyone who knows me they know this should have probably been named first, is the ocean. And I don’t mean the cold-ass salt-water off the coast of California, I mean warm, salty beautiful ocean in the Gulf and southeast of the United States. Places like:
- St. Maarten – St. Martin and Anguilla I have been there a few times with an ex-husband, and a current maybe soon-to-be-ex-if-he-doesn’t-knock-off-the-stupid-shit-he-is-doing-while-I-have-cancer husband. Regardless of who was or may be with me in the future (if the future holds that I should go back there), it is my island. Beautiful and breathtaking and really cool people. (you will never make an enemy on the naked beach. Just sayin’). OH -and for any of you who have more money than you know what to do with and want to make a lonely old and crazy cancer lady fall to her knees with tears of gratefulness and just plain…HAPPY, feel free to purchase something like this as a great investment, and allow me and my family (yes, even after I am dead, let’s say…for five generations and then renegotiate) to go there, or live there – I would love to send all three of my daughters there to live. It’s kind of a dream. It is Anguilla. A $15 ferry ride from Marigot, and a British Colony, so there is the way cool tax thing: Here are 7 reasons to invest in Anguilla, by the way, if you’re even still reading. This is where I want to die. I am serious. It may be a few million dollars but hey, it would certainly pay for itself in the first five years if one operates his/her tourism appropriately, and after that, it is a killer revenue stream. So, there! Seven reasons to invest in Anguilla Go ahead. Tell me “No”… and I will tell you “Ok, but you’re kinda crazy if you have the money and don’t do this….” and I would likely say a few more words then give you a hug and let you know that it is no big deal – I can’t miss something I have never had. (LOL. Guilt.)