Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Would you rather

find the perfect sweater that fits just right??

OR

get a great pedicure with relaxing massage??

27 comments:

carrymesouth said...

the massage....hands down!

Carrie Haughey said...

pedi and massage!!! no question!!

Lara said...

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! =)

Ellen said...

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?

Missy Grant said...

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.

sarah vrolyk said...

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

Miracles said...

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

judi said...

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.

baby james said...

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:)

Anonymous said...

perfect sweater. more rare.

DeLynn said...

Pedi--no question!!

Jennifer said...

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

Kelly said...

pedi and massage - FOR SURE!!!

Karen said...

Massage...without the pedicure.

Laura said...

No question, the massage & pedi!!!

Kristen Borland said...

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

Robin said...

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

erika said...

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

Kate said...

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?

Natalie* said...

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?

Cathy said...

pedicure and massage for sure--though, if the sweater is cashmere...?

Meg said...

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

Shannon said...

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)

cindy b said...

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!!

{jennie} said...

Definitely a massage and pedicure!

Amy said...

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.

Rebecca said...

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