Trésor

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Trésor is a delicate, complex, feminine composition of fruity, warm florals (Lancôme 1990).   It smells a bit toasted too, with a certain quiet, serene sweetness.  A rich and lush rose is drenched in musk, vanilla and sandalwood.  It opens bright but ends with a subtlety that is indeed sublime.

Top notes:  pineapple, lilac, peach, apricot blossom, lily-of-the-valley, bergamot, and rose.  Middle notes: heliotrope, rose, jasmine, and iris.  Base notes: apricot, sandalwood, amber, musk, vanilla and peach. 

Sorry for the late and truncated post.  I’ve been moving today.  Since we’re moving a rather great distance across the country we need to ship our stuff off before we leave…

I’m feeling incredibly sad to be leaving today.  I’ve never loved a place I’ve ever lived the way I love where we’ve been living…  It feels wrong to leave in some ways, but very correct in others I suppose.  At any rate, I don’t suppose I have much choice.  And I am excited for new adventures…

I’m also feeling a bit sad about my marriage right now.  It’s not that I am necessarily sure we should be together, but it saddens me that something we promised, something that we meant to do might not be…   And I’m not naive I don’t think, mind you, I just…  find it sad.  I value committment, and promises and it is sad.  But there are some things that you can’t control.  You can only choose how you respond I suppose…  The prospect of potentially being divorced, while better than some alternatives is filled with such a mixture of feelings.   Although, to me, part of being separated is getting a bit of trial run to sort through those feelings.

And, so…  off we go in a while…  two friends…  married…  or?  How does one label things that it seems there are no perfect labels for?  Ideally, romantically, labels do fit I think.  Just being honest…  But…   Oh, and I hope the world doesn’t collapse in on itself…  Good grief.  So much going on everywhere…

Anyway, hugs dear readers!!

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