That first bath, bubbles rising up around us in a scent that would soon become associated with warmth, comfort, and safety. It started with the love of a mother’s hands, and in time we began to pamper ourselves. Rich bubbles, beautiful candles, quiet music, and a little time to ourselves have all been the hallmark of the bubble bath. Bubblebath Day reminds us of these little luxuries, and to take time out of our day to treat ourselves to a little special TLC.
Oh, rubber duckie, you're the one... Today is also National Rubber Ducky Day. Some theorize that the only way to get kids in to the tub was to place tub toys in the tub. Peter Ganine was the sculptor who trademarked the yellow floating ducks in the 1940s and also designed chess sets. #nationalrubberduckyday
Taking a #bubblebath. I guess I missed #nationalbubblebathday! It's been sooooo cold in bloody Minneapolis and my #Raynauds is causing my toes, fingers and nose to hurt soooo badly. I thankfully feel much better in the water. But once I'm out back to being cold. I've stayed in the bath for three hours tonight and as I did on Tuesday night as well. Being cold with Raynaud's is the worst. I'm scared what I will feel like what I go to Colorado next month to ski. I just want to be warm . I also don't want to get frostbite!! Fuck. My #POTS acted up in the bath too but I didn't care. I just wanted to be warm! Warm at any cost. # #