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These are my thoughts and opinions about life in general. I also get daily prompts from DSP which inspire me to write. If I throw in some scrapbook pages I've done, photos I've taken, and stories about me, you will have an idea about my loony life!

Thursday, January 07, 2010

Bubble Bath

bath Blog Prompt: Tomorrow is Bubble Bath Day. Do you like bubble baths? If so, what is your favorite kind. If not, why?

I love the thought of bubble baths but I don’t like them because I’m allergic to them. Usually the bubble baths have fragrance in them which I’m highly allergic to and sometimes the soap used irritates my skin. I always liked the movies that showed the romance involving bubble baths and wished that I could have one. I like the scene in the movie Pretty Woman with Julia Roberts where she is taking a bubble bath. Oh well, I’ll just have to keep on dreaming.

Original image: 'Bathing Tyler'
http://www.flickr.com/photos/65846543@N00/302339292 by: Jason O'Halloran

4 comments:

Gabby® said...

Oh that's one of my favorite scenes in Pretty Woman too...I don't recall ever having a romantic moment in bubble bath - but I'm sure it could be fun. :)

Tink said...

It is fun, but also dries the skin terribly. I tend to stick to showers now. But occasionally....

lis said...

Aw, I love a good, old bubble bath! Try this lot for the most natural, feel- good, skin- friendly bubble bath ballistics (and shampoo, soap, body lotion, hair gel, face masks and whatnot) you could possibly imagine, I bet you will find something that you will not be allergic to -- http://www.lushusa.com/shop --
My perfect bubble bath smells of a bit of patchouli, is really hot and I have a book with me. Listening to the radio is optional, but the book is a must.
For the dry skin, just try and add some baby oil. When you get out, it will just cover your skin in a thin layer of fragrant oil, and the dry skin should be sorted. Leaves a bit of a mess in the tub, but hey, it's an alright price to pay.

loonyhiker said...

@lis thanks for the link. I will check it out. Your description sounds wonderful!