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how long do you bathe for?

IMG_1.jpgIMG_2.jpgBathing is a necessity that we, as human beings, must do. Some people prefer showers, while some only take baths, while others indulge in both. I am of the latter category. Though, if I had a choice and all the hours in day to myself, I would solely stick to bathing only. I just love it.

Now that I’ve put it out there, there are many different ways to enjoy a bath. My husband prefers to fill the tub right to the brim with scalding hot water, and soak in it until it starts to go cold. Then he gets out. When I take a bath, I fill the tub with only a few inches of hot water, and all of the soap, bubbles, and scents that I can possibly find. After about 10 minutes the water gets cold, so I drain it, and start over. I run the tub about 5 times before I get out, and I end up spending close to an hour in the bath each night. Equipped with my laptop laying on my stomach, I find that I do my best blogging work in there. Call me crazy, but it works.

Emory

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  1. I love that tub too! I like to float flowers in the bathtub!

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  2. I love taking baths but lived without one for almost a year before moving to my current home! Now I appreciate a lovely bubble bath more than ever. :) I really like your shower curtain and am very jealous of the gorgeous tub. xoxo

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  3. Hello! I have nominated you for the Liebster Award, Please check out my blog post for the details. If you want to participate let me know when you have posted, Thank you!

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