Sunday, August 30, 2015

It's Good to Be Clean

Wash your hands. Use soap.

Saturday's the perfect day for Whole Foods. I ate my way through the product samples while gathering a few items. My best buy for the quick trip was good soap,  3 for $6. I selected varying shades of white and fragrances: the ivory bar for Lavender, cream for Ginger Pear, and pure white for Clean Linen.
I'll use them with great pleasure.
Meanwhile, my sisters of perpetual charity are gathering singly-wrapped bars of soap for Lutheran World Relief. Last year we added 450 pounds of bar soap to a major shipment of health supplies sent overseas to refugee camps. A bar of soap (when water is available) is a great personal boon to miserable conditions.  
 What is elegance? Soap and water!
~~Cecil Beaton


donna baker said...

Good post for me. I've been packing and have decided that moving is horrendous, dirty work and I hate it.

yaya said...

Nothing better than a warm shower, smelly soap, and a fluffy's good to be clean for sure!

tammy j said...

oh how wonderful! after food and shelter . . .
i can think of nothing more special to give than the gift of clean.
can you imagine the feeling it must bring to them?

and the simple name of good.
it's good to be clean.

jmac said...

what a great donation to such a wonderful charity!! Some things we take for granted...yet so cherished by those who don't have that luxury.
Good Job!!

Dewena said...

Just the experience of being without hot water during a power outage is always enough to glory in the feel of a hot shower and soap again. And many in this world never have that. Bless you for doing what you can to alleviate that.

Debbie said...

Simple pleasures we take for soap and water.
Don't forget to wash behind your ears~~Mom.