Hello again, friends! It’s that time of the month again—time to list my favorite things of February 2014!
I’ll start with my music favorite this time around. And the award goes to…*drumroll*…Cho Kyuhyun! (
Big surprise there, hmm?) As of this week, I’ve downloaded all of
Kyuhyun’s solo songs, and I just love them. ♥ His deliciously warm tenor
just makes my heart go ahhhh. Some people are worth melting for! ^_~
My favorite songs of his are Edge of Rain/Rain of Blades, and Hope Is a Dream That Doesn’t Sleep. I’ve listened to both probably several hundred times in the past thirty days.
Here’s something a little different: a favorite scent for the month of February. As you all know, I went on a bit of an adventure a few weeks ago to Klamath Falls, Crater Lake, and Bend. One of the things I bought while shopping in downtown Bend was this Frosted Cupcake candle from Bath & Body Works. This. When I smelled it for the first time, I was honestly like “Ooh, Heaven is a place on earth!” (
Belinda Carlisle reference) This candle smells exactly like
a frosted cupcake, which, of course, is one of my favorite things ever. There is no fake or chemically undertone at
all. It’s so lovely. I’m definitely going to have to go back and
get more of these.
My favorite product for the month is one that has been an absolute essential for me throughout the winter season. It’s a simple one that I truly believe deserves this feature, and it is aloe vera gel. No specific brand, just 100% pure aloe vera gel, with none of that green dye stuff. I use this gel twice a day; once in the morning and once at night, to soothe my psoriasis. This is particularly effective on my face and neck area. I’ve also used aloe vera gel to treat any and all skin conditions. If I get a bruise, scrape, bug bite, some random irritation, etc., I put the gel on it and it really does help. Also, burns. Just a week ago, I splashed boiling hot water on my chest (
know, either). I applied this right
after, and within a few hours it was like it never happened. It’s an all-natural miracle product!
I’ll end this post with my favorite moment of February. This, of course, being the moment that I first laid my eyes upon Crater Lake.
As I’ve said many times before, there are no words.