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Bubble Baths

February 12, 2010

Journaling Reads:
When I was a little girl, one of my favorite things to do when I needed to relax was to take a bubble bath. I would fill up the tub, get a bowl of my favortie fruits, some music I loved, and a book and just dive into the bubbles.

I could easily spend hours in a bubble bath. It’s something that calms my soul and relaxes my body. It’s like the warm water and the soft bubbles take away my frustrations and worries and leave me with nothing but calm peace.

When I lived in Japan, many years ago, the apartment I stayed in had a deep and wide tub where you got to punch in a number for the temperature of the water and the tub did all the rest. It ensured the water stayed at that temperature for the duration of my bath. It was the greatest tub ever and I took more baths during those six months than I can ever remember. And when we moved to Palo Alto, our house had no bathtubs which made me realize how much I really craved one.

Now, we live in a house where I get to have a wonderful tub and I get to experience the joy and relaxation all over again.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 12, 2010 9:03 am

    Karen & Lori, I’ve come to this blog via CameoRose (Margaret). Late as I am, I’d love to join this community. One of my 2010 goals is to practice gratitude. I’m needing inspiration and this community fits that bill. If I’m not too late, please consider my request.
    Barb aka omashee omashee at msn dot com

    P.S. Love both of your blogs!

  2. February 12, 2010 12:55 pm

    Nice job documenting the little things! It’s those sweet tiny luxuries that counter daily “stuff”.
    Have great weekend!

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