waterstone lori plyler recycled handbags & jewelry

We have a small gardenia just outside the front door and the aroma, like honeysuckle, is wonderfully intoxicating. I love it and wish I had five more just like it. But maybe that would be too much of a good thing. Can you get too much of a good thing?
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…like the smell of fresh roasted coffee
waterstone lori plyler recycled handbags & jewelry
…or a fun stack of reading material
waterstone lori plyler recycled handbags & jewelry
…or (for me) a huge pile of leather, just waiting to be turned into something new
What can you NOT get too much of?
Is too much a bad thing?

9 Comments

  • Your opening took me back to 2004. I was studying in Madrid and we visited the Generalife on a field trip. It was not only beautiful but fascinating to learn that everything that was done to plan the building of it had a purpose, where the light came and when, and the fragrant places were carefully position so the breezes would carry their perfume to the place where people sat to relax.

    But the question was about too much of a good thing? It depends on the thing. I can't get too much snuggle and play time with my dogs, or too much laughter and impromptu singing with friends! I read books like I'm addicted.

  • Correction: RE: The Generalife, I mean to say where the fragrant PLANTS were positioned.

    Ok. I'll stop now.

  • hmmm, I would be happy to add to that too much of a good thing. Todd reminded me I have an extra leather jacket in the closet that I no longer wear and should give it to you. soft black leather…yours for the taking!

  • Can't get too much
    books/yoga/time with my little one

    Please stop me in time from
    too long baths/wine/sleeping!

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