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Would you rather

August 7th | older posts

find the perfect sweater that fits just right??


get a great pedicure with relaxing massage??

27 Responses

  1. carrymesouth says:

    the massage….hands down!

  2. Carrie Haughey says:

    pedi and massage!!! no question!!

  3. Lara says:

    I’d go for the sweater. First of all I’m not a huge fan of massages – they either hurt or tickle (then again I’ve never had a professional one…hmmm). Second a pedicure is so short lived. The perfect sweater is so hard to find, especially when you have a toddler and never get to go shopping. And you can wear it over and over again. Cozy, warm and makes you feel cute. Sweater! =)

  4. Ellen says:

    sweater…hands down! I know it sounds crazy but I don’t really like pedicures. I mean, it feels good being massaged, but I always dread the “intimacy” of the situation. Do I need therapy?

  5. Missy Grant says:

    Ped and massage anyday!!! Oh to have someone else serve me and pamper me…..My husband is great and my kids are even more so, but I don’t get pampered much. There is nothing like a real massage and pedicure.

  6. sarah vrolyk says:

    definitely a pedi and massage! it has been far too long since i have had one of those … ahhh … the memories … :)

  7. Miracles says:

    Use to be the sweater,
    pre children. Now I’d take the pedi & massage any day over anything else. Oh how life changes…..

  8. judi says:

    Gosh….. hard question. I’d say pedi and massage.

    As a Mom, I don’t get much pampering. I only get pedicures every so often and for some reason……. I feel pretty. Weird.

  9. baby james says:

    I would do both after the struggle and hours of trying to find the perfect sweater to fit just right, you would have earned yourself the pdi and massage!!!! Tracy:)

  10. Anonymous says:

    perfect sweater. more rare.

  11. DeLynn says:

    Pedi–no question!!

  12. Jennifer says:

    The sweater – no doubt about it – a gift that will keep on giving!

  13. Kelly says:

    pedi and massage – FOR SURE!!!

  14. Karen says:

    Massage…without the pedicure.

  15. Laura says:

    No question, the massage & pedi!!!

  16. Kristen Borland says:

    uh, duh!! pedi and massage!!!!!

  17. Robin says:

    massage, but skip the pedicure? My feet are too ticklish. I would hate to kick another poor lady trying to paint my toes.

  18. erika says:

    I’ll go down for pedicure and massage… because, really, when has that last happened in my life?

  19. Kate says:

    whichever was given to me…i dont’ think i can choose. both are wonderful; relaxing with a massage and ending up with pretty feet, or having the perfect sweater (hopefully no cost either way) to wear anytime. can i choose both? is that allowed?

  20. Natalie* says:

    usually I’d say the massage, but i currently have a terrible sunburn on my shoulders and back, so that’s not very appealing just now. i would chose the sweater mostly because i’m SO looking forward to fall – where did you find said sweater, may we ask?

  21. Cathy says:

    pedicure and massage for sure–though, if the sweater is cashmere…?

  22. Meg says:

    Hmmm…that’s tough for me. I do LOVE clothes. However, I love a pedicure and massage more.

  23. Shannon says:

    ahhh foot massage – makes me melt!!!! sweaters don’t tend to have that affect on me! (unless it’s 100 and I’m wearing wool – hee)

  24. cindy b says:

    This one is easy. Pedicure and massage. Seeing as its over 100 degrees here I can’t even THINK about wearing a sweater right now!!

  25. {jennie} says:

    Definitely a massage and pedicure!

  26. Amy says:

    The sweater. I love a good pedi and massage, but the sweater will last a lot longer. I have issues finding the perfect top and it makes me giddy when I find one and each time I wear it.

  27. Rebecca says:

    Hmmmm How about a pedicure, maybe a manicure or facial or even a neck rub. Don’t want an all over massage. (I have lupus and lots of joint/muscle pain so sometimes a massage hurts more than helps.)

    I’m in Mississippi and right now I’d just as soon be set on fire as shop for a sweater. I’m not much of a clothes person anyway. I find the more I make jewelry, the more I wear fairly plain clothes as a “backdrop” for the gaudy stuff I like to make. LOL

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