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Loofah? June 23, 2018

Posted by nrhatch in Home & Garden, Humor, Travel & Leisure.

While in Tarpon Springs, we wandered through a few shops (selling soaps, sponges, and loofahs), watched a couple of sponge diving films, and had quite a relaxing day.

My favorite shop display:

Aah . . . that’s better!



1. Jill Weatherholt - June 23, 2018

I love to visit shops that carry unique items. Did you purchase a loofah? Happy Saturday!

nrhatch - June 23, 2018

I didn’t . . . but I did learn that sponges are animal skeletons, loofahs are vegetables, and chamois cloths are sheep. BAA!

2. Kate Crimmins - June 23, 2018

Love that pink flamingo!

nrhatch - June 23, 2018

Flamingo decor = fun and funky!

3. L. Marie - June 24, 2018

I love a loofah! And flamingos.

nrhatch - June 24, 2018

Add in a big sudsy soaking tub ~> R&R (Rinse & Repeat). 😀

Thanks again for hosting the give-away. The book arrived yesterday ~> so I’m . . . Halfway to Happily Ever After! 😀

4. Tippy Gnu - June 24, 2018

Looks like you absorbed quite a lot of information at Tarpon Springs.

nrhatch - June 24, 2018

Yup . . . we soaked it up like sponges! 😀

5. Debra - June 24, 2018

A relaxing day, it sounds! And I think I would have enjoyed the sponge diving films. I don’t think I know much about that at all. 🙂

nrhatch - June 24, 2018

The quality of the films was equivalent to the films we watched in grade school during social studies (i.e., grainy) BUT watching the sponge divers walking on the ocean floor to harvest the sponges was so interesting.

6. Behind the Story - June 24, 2018

I prefer a shower, but I can’t deny that bathtubs with feet are romantic and make me want to take a bubble bath, with or without a loofah.

nrhatch - June 24, 2018

My thoughts EXACTLY ~ claw footed tubs are so inviting.

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