Wednesday, 19 September 2007

Just stuff

I bought this suit case recently. With my imagination, I can almost hear the steam engine getting ready to take off, hear the flutter of people rushing to get into heir carriages, see how elegant the women of the 1920s/1930s dressed and how gentlemanly the gentlemen were.

A chocolate candle...smells delectable! I feel like a druggie getting a hit whenever I go near it. S.O's Sister Person got it as a wedding gift. It's begging me to eat it!


Sam said...

cool suitcase

Ridwan said...

Interesting blog. I am always trying to find blogs from SAfrica.

I came across yours last night while surfing from a blog in southeast India.

Just wanted to say Hi :)

I look forward to reading more here.

Peace and struggle,
Ridwan Laher

qdee said...

omg!! those are the cutest things :D omg. choch candles are the bestest!

Klatuu o embuçado said...

Smells nice... ;)

Dark kiss.

Priya said...

sam: thank you

ridwan: thanks for popping in!

qdee: i know ;D

klatuu: ah, so you enjoyed it, eh? ;)

Major_chip_hazard said...

Choc candles,my I never thought that possible,very very interesting

Bibi-Aisha said...

I loooove that suitcase. *dreamy sigh* travel back then was so romantic. I want to own a luggage set from that era, complete with hatboxes!

Pravin said...

a chocolate candle? *drool*

Is it edible? Wax is edible. I know that. I learnt it in boy scouts.

Anil P said...

Art in everyday life was more prevalent in those days, the reasons could be many.

Priya said...

major chip hazard: pl;ease dont underestimate the power of chocolate...really. ;p

bibi-ayesha: i clean forgot about the hat boxes! thanks for reminding me.

pravin: it was very edible...and very divine. ;p

anil: uh huh