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Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 12:14

13 Mar 2008, 23:46

what little treats do you like to give yourself?

i have so many..a hot chocco with cream sometimes...a bath with essential oils and candles...a good book....and my last one...only today..i got this picture of close up red roses,i will take a pic of it and put it up..looks lovely in my dining room..
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 12:16

14 Mar 2008, 09:04

A book - or more often books plural and perhaps now and then a book, and for a change a book.
Sometimes I find a little treasure of a book and hug it with glee all day.

Other treats: ice-cream, chocolate
Best of all : those crunchy little salty bretzels
Special occasions: box of chocs, champagne



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Re: Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 12:18

17 Mar 2008, 15:37

im a very light drinker but a glass of champayne definately! one to do then...who shall i blame here for turning me into an alkie!
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 12:23

17 Mar 2008, 17:19

No, it's nice to have a flute of champagne. As with anything else, too much just spoils the pleasure.
I'm eating too much chocolate at the moment, so many enticing chocolate wonders beckoning from the shop windows and shelves ...  but alas it will go to my waist and hips if I'm not careful ... sigh ... very happy



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Re: Little treats.

Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 12:26

17 Mar 2008, 18:45

Mmmm. I must admit, I do love a bit of chocolate now and then, although I don't consider that a treat - more of a necessity!

A rare treat for me these days is to get out into the countryside, away from the hustle and bustle - or to be high up in the mountains, catch the splendour of a beautful sunset over the water or drink in the atmospheric hue of a rainbow after a fresh fall of rain. The first crocus of spring, the scent of lilac wafting in the breeze ...


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Re: Little treats.

Post by lynneandjohn on 18th May 2017, 12:29

17 Mar 2008, 21:30

beutiful picture candlelight.


i treat for me is a lie in. this would be about 9 at the latest. also a day of random shopping,impulse buying and lunch out with the kids.

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Re: Little treats.

Post by sweet-william on 18th May 2017, 12:32

18 Mar 2008, 22:19

A treat for me is a beautiful slow hike in the countryside and then to sit down with a picnic and take in all the views..... that would be very like Candlelight's picture. Lovely picture Candlelight. After saying that I wouldn't say no to the champers and chocs  Smile
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Re: Little treats.

Post by liz on 18th May 2017, 12:35

18 Mar 2008, 22:46

To have the house to myself so I can listen to my music LOUD.
That would be bliss.
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 12:40

18 Mar 2008, 23:36

Sweet-william wrote:
A treat for me is a beautiful slow hike in the countryside and then to sit down with a picnic and take in all the views..... that would be very like Candlelight's picture. Lovely picture Candlelight. After saying that I wouldn't say no to the champers and chocs Smile

Hello Sweet-william, and welcome to our peaceful mountain retreat.
I was waiting for you to post in the Introduction Thread, but after reading your post here, and seeing that your location is Ireland, and that you seem to share the same love of the mountain views as I do (I chose that picture because it reminds me of somewhere back in Ireland that's very dear to my heart) I have a feeling that you may have a connection to that "little bit of heaven" also and that perhaps we have a lot more in common ...

Very happy to see you here, Sweet-william  very happy very happy (my mother's favourite flowers by the way) and I hope that you will enjoy the views from this mountain retreat.

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Re: Little treats.

Post by sweet-william on 18th May 2017, 18:07

18 Mar 2008, 23:53

Hello Candlelight, thank you so much for your lovely welcome. I am very much enjoying reading everything, and learning and understanding. I shall be a regular visitor, that I promise.

I thought my username "Sweet-william" was very appropriate...... as they were my Nana's favourite flower..... I have fond memories of picking them in her garden and selling them with my brother   very happy  very happy
(ahh such great memories)

I'm enjoying the views from this mountain retreat already and I've only joined! Well done to you.... I'm so happy / thrilled for you.  very happy  xxxx
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Re: Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 18:08

19 Mar 2008, 23:38

wow wee! I got deliriously lost in that beautiful picture-sitting there with a picnic basket and champayne and chocolates.....heaven indeed!
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Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 18:09

22 Mar 2008, 18:53

in sainburys fridge i couldnt resist a bread and butter pudding,in their fridge and not cheap at 3 quid one portion-i also got ambrosia custard..this is my treat for tonight,yummy.
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 18:10

22 Mar 2008, 22:58

Oh I went one better than you there lar-lar. TWO fresh cream slices (well they sell them in pairs, couldn't get just one) AND then I ate the ears of my chocolate bunny Easter Egg.
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Re: Little treats.

Post by elly on 18th May 2017, 18:12

22 Mar 2008, 23:41

Embarassed Embarassed  i have ate my sons egg he knew nothing about...replaced it and ate it again 
so bry had to go get some more tonight just to replace em...told him the dog's got them  Embarassed Embarassed
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 18:15

23 Mar 2008, 01:56

Shocked  Don't forget, Elly - What goes round comes round .. (or probably comes back up in your case) ha ha
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Re: Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 18:17

24 Mar 2008, 00:36
ive never heard of such greedy going- ons[beside mine] in all me life!  Shocked   well done girls  very happy
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Re: Little treats.

Post by liz on 18th May 2017, 18:19

27 Mar 2008, 22:36

,


saw this and thought does your cats do this on a friday nite too. (open question I know you are all cat lovers)
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 18:27

27 Mar 2008, 22:46

Nah .. mine are too busy practising



I see you're finding your way around Photobucket now Liz  lol
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Re: Little treats.

Post by liz on 18th May 2017, 18:29

27 Mar 2008, 23:25

I sure am.



Oh to be there now.
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Re: Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 18:31

28 Mar 2008, 12:36

I'm more a dog lover and they like their little treats too.  very happy

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Re: Little treats.

Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:34

27 Aug 2008, 11:06

Perfume.

Anyone who doesn't know, this girl is Johnny Depp's charming and beautiful wife, Vanessa Paradis.



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Re: Little treats.

Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:34

27 Aug 2008, 11:27
In fact, the man himself is a fair treat to look at.



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Re: Little treats.

Post by Misty on 18th May 2017, 18:36

27 Aug 2008, 20:32

Mmmmm yum yum
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Re: Little treats.

Post by lynneandjohn on 18th May 2017, 18:39

27 Aug 2008, 22:27

edward scissorhands. one of my fav films. tim burton directs so brilliantly. they make such a formidable team in their films.
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Re: Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 18:42

27 Aug 2008, 23:11

My little treat today,apple and strawberry puff pastry pie.Do most of my treats come under food i ask?  Rolling Eyes
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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:44

28 Aug 2008, 09:23

Macaroons (lar-lar?).

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Aniseed twist
Bretzels (did I mention those already? Oh well, can't ever too many!).



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Re: Little treats.

Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:46

03 Sep 2008, 18:24

Coffee with Grand Marnier and a dollop of fresh cream. Sigh.  very happy



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Re: Little treats.

Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 18:49

03 Sep 2008, 20:47

Even just a dollop of fresh cream.  very happy

I'm going to treat myself this evening to a nice long soak in an aromatic scented bath, with candles and music. Aaaaaah ...
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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:52

05 Sep 2008, 13:12

I hope you managed that Candlelight and enjoyed your relaxing bathe.  very happy

Another little treat: Take the phone off the hook, turn off the mobile, and relish some well-earned peace and quiet.  very happy



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Re: Little treats.

Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:53

08 Sep 2008, 11:21

New shoes that have the WOW factor and make you feel glamorous.




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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:54

08 Sep 2008, 15:11

More macaroons...



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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:56

08 Sep 2008, 15:51

Whether you call them bretzels or pretzels, they're still as yummy to eat...
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and they're made in Alsace which is a place that I adore.  very happy



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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:57

12 Sep 2008, 11:48

Nuts of all kinds, both fresh out of their shell : walnuts, almonds, pecans...
and salted, especially cashew nuts, pistachios, almonds.



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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 18:58

07 Oct 2008, 12:56

Marzipan filled chocolates and marzipan filled dates. Mmm... sigh!
Battenburg cake.  very happy

Oops, just seen this is my sixth post in a row  Shocked - am I the only one who enjoys lots of little treats?



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Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 19:02

07 Oct 2008, 13:34

no-i do too!

a little while ago i had some teacakes,you know the small chocolate,marshmallow and jam ones..and i got myself a toblerone bar for gordys show tonight.
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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 19:05

09 Oct 2008, 10:51

lar-lar wrote:
a little while ago i had some teacakes,you know the small chocolate,marshmallow and jam ones..and i got myself a toblerone bar for gordys show tonight.
lar-lar, you're making me hungry : marshmallow biscuits and Toblerone - mmm.

More treats: crystals/minerals



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Post by Misty on 18th May 2017, 19:08

10 Oct 2008, 09:00

Getting to the checkout till in the supermarket AND NO QUEUE. What a treat Smile

Eggs freshly laid from the hen.
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Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 19:11

10 Oct 2008, 15:40

rocks and minerals ?what a strange diet you have stardust  Rolling Eyes
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 19:15

10 Oct 2008, 17:22

... and shoes,  lol

lar-lar - does EVERYTHING have to be about FOOD for you ?  Rolling Eyes
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Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 19:17

10 Oct 2008, 22:26

Just poured myself a drop of Baileys, but when I went to the freezer - no ice.  sadface   In fact, the freezer is bare, except for some ice-cream, so I spooned in some ice-cream in my drink instead. Mmmmmm I've discovered a lovely new little treat!
SLÁINTE !
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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 19:22

15 Oct 2008, 13:54

lar-lar wrote:
rocks and minerals ?what a strange diet you have stardust  Cool

Hi there lar-lar  very happy
It wasn't specified anywhere that "Little Treats" meant only food.

__ Cape gooseberries _
and, as always, Champagne



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Post by Candlelight on 18th May 2017, 19:27

15 Oct 2008, 20:02

Expensive tastes, our Stardust.  Smile (champers)

A real treat for me would be a regular appointment at the hairdressers, letting someone else do it all.
With a relaxing massage to follow. Well, I suppose that would be more of a luxury really, rather than a treat.


I like to be treated to flowers, because for me that's a double treat; the flowers themselves and the thought that comes with them.


I'm easy to please.  Smile   A cup of tea made by myself - no treat. Made by someone else, a special treat and always tastes better.
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Feather on 18th May 2017, 19:30

16 Oct 2008, 09:45

The things we take for granted and don't really appreciate are all in fact treats.
Just try doing without them and you'll soon see.

Hi there, sammi. I haven't spoken to you for a while. How are you doing?
I'm all packed, ready for my flight out of Orkney tomorrow. You, Cas and
LB will be missed. I'm so excited about meeting the others. Wow! I can't
believe it yet.  lol



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Post by Stardust on 18th May 2017, 21:41

16 Oct 2008, 14:01

Off on your travels again, Feather.

I hope you all enjoy your BIG treat of meeting up and hope you have a ball.



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Post by Feather on 18th May 2017, 21:47

16 Oct 2008, 20:27

Yes--looks that way, Stardust. Eight days after I come home from elly's,
I'm off to Aberdeen for 5 days to stay with my oldest friend.
We're going to see Colin Fry in The Music Hall there.
Speak to you soon.Much love, Feather.



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Re: Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 21:49

17 Oct 2008, 00:03

yes,you are quite right sammi about the treats,i must have food on me brain too much! Tonight treated myself to a chinese but was disappointing,too greasy so then it doesnt feel like a treat..like candlelight i love flowers,not sure about the massage though,never been massaged by a stranger,think i would feel uncomfortable-

Searcher , see you on saturday ,really looking forward to it all! such a shame you're far away stardust.
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Re: Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 21:50

08 Feb 2009, 04:43

Booked our John Edwards tickets didnt we candlelight so thats a nice treat..im going to have a chinese tomorrow night ..er ..today..should be in bed but what the heck..lay in tomorrow , kids at dads, should do some cleaning but going to be lazy because i can !
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Re: Little treats.

Post by jiffy on 18th May 2017, 21:53

17 Feb 2009, 14:49

Walking relaxes me,very uplifting.
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Re: Little treats.

Post by lar-lar on 18th May 2017, 21:56

19 Feb 2009, 16:37

A flake easter egg last night was rather delicious!
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Re: Little treats.

Post by Misty on 18th May 2017, 21:59

21 Feb 2009, 12:05

just read this. larlar and candlelight you going to see john edwards? where?when? i would so love to see him. oh i hope you get a message.  Smile

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