What We Love! February 26th 2016

February 27, 2016

Sorry for the late post.  Last night we celebrated my grandma's 90th birthday so I am back in New York for a week, and I just got all four of my wisdom teeth pulled today.  My mouth is currently numb and I can't feel my lower half of my face at all.  I'm just praying I'm not in too much pain later!

It looks like swim wear is making it's way even though I'm currently freezing in NY, and have no desire to get in a bathing suit anytime soon.  Two more days left for my ban.










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  1. Boring What We Love.....take care, it's not pleasant getting the wisdom teeth pulled!

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    1. I agree, it is quite boring. So far, I'm feeling a bit sore but the pain overall isn't too bad. I'm crossing my fingers it stays that way!

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  2. Take care of yourself! Hope your healing goes smoothly. Two days only? Wow! The month just zipped by! I'm in Tokyo now, so my ban ended a while ago. ;)

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    1. Lucky! Let me know if you end up getting a bag in Tokyo!

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  3. Hi. I almost bought a Celine bag today- but decided to sleep on it. Went to the GINZA Chanel and considered a bag there as well. And a wallet! But I'm having cold feet! The multi level Hermes is sweet. But I wasn't wowed by anything I saw. So right now I am empty handed. The prices here aren't cheaper, though the selection seems to be better. Overall, there are lots of beauties here, but paying duties and taxes at Customs is making me pause. It's hard being Canadian and honest. :(

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    1. These bags are all really expensive, so unless it makes your jaw drop and you say OMG I NEED THIS! Don't buy it! If you're going to spend your hard earned cash on something $2000 and up, it has to be a holy grail. Don't settle!

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  4. Wise words! Thanks for the advice. 😀

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