Meggie! (rivulet) wrote,

It's POURING outside. And it has to be windy too because I can hear the rain slapping the windows. We live under two floors, so there's no way to hear it on the roof. I'm really excited to go to bed and fall asleep with the window open and the rain falling on the ivy that grows all over the back fence. That's how I woke up this morning, and I liked it.

Today we went to Eugene and shopped for some business clothes for Cory. If you've ever met Cory you know what he wears because it's the same every day. Gramicci pants, a t-shirt with a race logo on it, a button-up short-sleeved shirt, and Birkenstocks. Today we got two pairs of suit pants, three dress shirts, a belt, and a pair of shoes. Later he'll get a few more things and he'll have a complete wardrobe. I spent the whole day... well, let's just say excited to see him in his new clothes. :) It's always nice to see your man all dressed up.

We just finished watching our third movie of the weekend. We saw The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe which I used to love. Then we saw The Wiz. Neither of us completely watched it - Cory was busy trying to tune it out while he was on his laptop, and I was sorting through fabric swatches. And tonight we saw Manhunter which was the Silence of the Lambs prequel, later remade into Red Dragon. I liked the Anthony Hopkins version better, but it was kind of interesting to see a younger, thinner Gil Grissom from CSI in the main role.

I wish there was a way to capture smells better, like photographs but for your nose. Then they could make perfume better. I notice that a lot of perfume that says it smells like certain things doesn't quite smell that way. I had some lilac perfume that smelled kind of like lilacs, but not exactly.

So if you could have a perfume that smelled EXACTLY like something else, what would you use?
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