This week’s Intimate Discovery: The Lingerie Addict/ Lingerie & Stocking Blog
I have been blogging regularly on how lingerie weaves itself in and out of our lives. It’s an intimate part of the tapestry that defines a woman’s sense of well being. There are so many articles in the blogosphere, and lingerie tops the list. Pinpointing information that is worth reading, for its wit, for its insight, for its intelligence is a difficult task. That’s why I have decided to highlight The Lingerie Addict by Treacle. Treacle puts her finger on the pulse of the lingerie consumer and engages her. If you have to pick and choose, choose this blog.
“The more you read, the more you will know. “….Dr. Seuss
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[lightbox color=”#000000″ type=”image” title=”” link=”http://lingeriebriefs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/honey-bee.jpg”][/lightbox]The Queen Bee is a marvel of nature. Flying 600 feet into the air she performs a marriage dance that initiates the fertilization process of the entire hive. Dedicating her whole life to the birth of her colony, she singularly produces thousands of honeybees, who in turn, devote their lives to sustaining ours. The hive is a sacred monastery, where mostly females reside with the sole purpose of taking care of each other and their Queen. The hive is a mystical organism, a lacey womb where the honeybee’s labor bears an ageless gift: honey. A nourishing succor, honey never breaks down and is known in medicinal circles as a timeless healing tonic. The cycle of life perpetuated by the honeybee begins inside the folds of the flower blossom to which she flies from her feminine sanctuary, gathers her potion, … Read more
This week’s Intimate Discovery: November is National Diabetes Awareness Month[lightbox color=”#000000″ type=”image” title=”” link=”http://lingeriebriefs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/IMG_9168.jpg”][/lightbox]
I was at the Komar showrooms this week where I learned about their extraordinarily generous initiative to raise $1 million for The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Komar has designed special women’s and children’s pj sets sold exclusively on www.pjsforthecure.org. 100% of the proceeds from all sales will be donated to JDRF to fund diabetes research. Shipping is free. Perfect gift
“He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything.” …Arabian Proverb[lightbox color=”#000000″ type=”image” title=”” link=”http://lingeriebriefs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/A75EFB51-EB16-4A93-90C1-67CFE6A1962352.png”][/lightbox]
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Yesterday was a stellar day in the Equestrian world. It was the running of the 2010 Breeder’s Cup at Churchill Downs during which the extraordinary thoroughbred, Zenyatta, attempted to sustain her 19 race winning record. Alas, it was not to be, as she lost her final race, literally by a nose. But it does not matter, because in a sport whose glory days are usually reserved for high strung stallions, this magnificent and charismatic mare has already declared that the females have something to show. What makes this horse so compelling is not only her flirtatious personality and her athletic superiority, but her backstory. She did not begin her legendary assent until she was 3 ½, well past the age that most race horses launch their careers. Although she has been working hard, beating the odds, it was only a year ago that she … Read more
This week’s Intimate Discovery:
OK, this Betsey Johnson Intimates velour holiday robe, style 734880, is less a discovery than an encore performance. Brought back for sale in 2010, due to such a favorable consumer response in 2009, it is available in S-M-L. Try it in Raven Black or Heartbreaker Pink. It’s the perfect gift for the young, sassy lady with a penchant for fashion and flair for individuality.
” In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different” … Coco Chanel
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It’s Halloween weekend and I am on Block Island where I have managed to escape for a couple of days of R & R. It’s isolated up here, windy, cold and rejuvenating with the shroud of ocean air and autumn light that anoints this tiny jewel floating 12 miles off the coast of Rhode Island. I have been here many times, on retreats with my friends, summering with my family, finding a moment of peace and poetry in an otherwise hectic life. I love this place for its simplicity. It is not pretentious. It is a classic New England seascape replete with earthy people, whose respect for life’s basic needs are defined by a weathered and traditional lifestyle. Mohegan Bluffs is my favorite beach, a sandy enclave whose rocky shoreline is now embraced by the rapture of winter’s waves. Then there is the tiny Abrams … Read more