Voyageur Soap & Candle, but today is kinda crap, and I'm writing lying down on the comfy couch in the living room with a snoring dog by my side.
Thank you to each and every one of you who have been sending good thoughts my way. I know I've been down with this for a while - since September - and your comments and kindness fill me with happiness and hope. Thank you for being so lovely!
If you're interested in attending a class at Voyageur, I'm currently looking at the schedule for April through June, and I'd love to know what might interest you. We're doing an advanced lotion making class for the first time! Email me at email@example.com and let me know! Or just email and I can put you on the alert list for information when the classes are scheduled.
If you want help with a recipe, please write up your recipe in percentages with the exact ingredients you used and the exact process you followed. I am only able to answer longer comments on the weekend as I'm too wrecked during the week, and if you don't offer this information, it'll take longer as I ask you for it and make you wait until next weekend, if I have the energy. Please, for both of us, do this one thing - that I ask for in the right hand bar of the blog! - and you'll get your answer much sooner.
And I thought she couldn't get more ridiculous with the lifestyle stuff. Take a look at Jimmy Fallon and Gwyneth Paltrow eating lotion.
You can eat anything you make from my blog. I don't want you to because that's probably a sign that you have pica or you're a tween who can't be told not to eat a spoonful of citric acid, but I can't stop you from having a taste now and then. However, much like Thrills gum, it tastes like soap!
If you're curious, check out the ingredients list on the goop night cream. It look like they use Olivem 1000 or one of those variations, preserved with gluconolactone, found in NataPres. It's $140 for 1.7 ounces (51 ml or a little more than 3 tablespoons.) If I were you, I'd stick to dipping your fries in mayo or fry sauce (ketchup and mayo in Idaho, tartar sauce in eastern Washington state, or BBQ sauce and mayo in Montana). They'll taste better, and they won't cost you $14 a dip!
Sorry if I didn't get to your comment this weekend. I'm afraid I've run out of energy and need to rest. I'll try in the next few days, but can't make any promises.