I was so excited to see that they are transitioning their wallflowers & candles to their winter scents already. So after about 1/2 hour of sniffing all the new candles the wallflower bulbs were picked out. My boyfriend bought those & used a 20% off coupon, making them even less than $3! WOO! Plus we used another coupon to get a free mini Snow Day candle! For my coupon I got a small Cranberry Woods candle at $10 exactly & then, when looking for my free signature item I got SUPER EXCITED to see they came out with a Pink Chiffon bubble bath! Love the scent & I think I already have everything else in that scent that they make, so the bubble bath it was for my free item!
I looked at the bottle again because I could have sworn I bought the shower gel instead of the bubble bath. Nope. I got the right product, or so the bottle says. The scent is fine, doesn't seem any stronger or better than their old products. So I'm really not understanding what they are advertising with these being so new or better. Scent is the same, lingers the same, overall product is much, much WORSE! And so what if the look of the bottle changed.
Just to make sure, the next night I pulled out an OLD bottle of their Carried Away bubble bath & used that. Just as I thought. It was thicker, it bubbled up thicker & LASTED THE WHOLE BATH!
So, here is your WARNING! DO NOT BUY THE NEW BUBBLE BATHS FROM B&BW! They retail $14 compared to their shower gels only at $12.50 and both are 10 oz. You will be wasting your money when you can get the same bath experience by just tossing in a cap of the shower gel instead. Seriously!!! Why pay more for a product when it doesn't provide what it's supposed to & there's something else that costs less, smells the same, and will give you the same results? I also noticed their priced had increased. Shower gels went up by $1.50 & the bubble baths increased by $2. I'm thinking this may have been within the last year though I'm not really sure.
I am so glad I got this for free otherwise I would have taken it back. Whatever they did they really need to go back to how they made their old bubble baths. I hope they do.
Now onto other things...
September is usually the month in Western NY where you start to see dramatic fluxes in temperatures and you start to anticipate the arrival of fall. Then comes October, the temperature drops, we have cold rains, air that smells of burning fireplaces, occasionally snow (that doesn't stick), & just the perfect autumn weather. This year we've had a few of those days that make you say, "I love this time of year!" Oddly enough, with the leaves changing and falling, we were hitting temperatures in the 70's and even 80's. So it feels like a never ending Indian Summer. Even through the next week the highs are being predicted in the high 60's & low 70's. What our average temperature should be for October are highs around 59º & lows around 43º. I feel like I'm back in Los Angeles.
Now that I'm off the prednisone I'm still waiting for that day that I start feeling normal again. All my doctors kept saying to me was that I'll probably start getting the results I'm (they're) looking for once I'm off of it. It's been only a week & I still don't feel any different. I kind of wish right off the bat, before & after the surgery, they would have told me that this recovery could take a long time. Instead, everyone kept saying 6 to 8 weeks. So 6 to 8 weeks was drilled into me & my expectations of this were high. Upon talking with others who have had a thyroidectomy, some advised it shouldn't be long before I felt better, and others have been suffering the awful side effects of hypothyroidism for years. I don't want to be one of those people. Still trying to find my normal after years of suffering. I've already been suffering for years being incorrectly diagnosed & treated.
I haven't really been having night sweats anymore. Yay! Except they have kind of become more random throughout the day. Boo. Still having a hell of a time getting a full night's sleep. My patterns are all messed up. I'm exhausted & can't seem to sleep more than a few hours at a time, though I'm sleeping all the time. Since the day after my birthday I've felt awful. In pain, tired, cold, hot, diarrhea, acid reflux, nausea, sneezing. I've pretty much been confined to my couch & this is the 1st time I've really sat at my computer desk for this long. Though the couch & another nap are calling for me right now. Also, randomly the skin on my fingertips, no where else, decided to peel. I have no clue if this is associated in any way to my hypothyroidism, though it's not unheard of. It doesn't hurt or anything, it's just annoying.
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I feel like crap.