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Stars Hollow Monthly: March

Stars Hollow Monthly: March

March's box delivered some of the most spectacular Gilmore Girls-inspired items yet!
It definitely didn't hurt that Emily and Richard were at the heart of my favorite items from this box, as I often feel that for all their faults, they deliver some of the best lines of the show. 

I enjoy a nice drink from time to time and I'll enjoy them even more with these delightfully hilarious wineglasses. I would never have been able to come up with such a perfect reply should anyone of said that to me, (especially if it had been my husband!) thus is the magic of tv writing. I feel like I'll absorb their wit through my wine now...
 

Richard delights us once more with another exclusive item, a pillowcase sure to inspire all of us awesome indecent lady-types. For some reason I do not have any medium-sized pillows in my house. Square pillows the size of my torso? Yes. Rectangular pillows all the live long day? You bet. 
So until I go and get a pillow for this awesome case I can only show you the lovely artwork in drapery form.

My refrigerator just got way cooler (there's a pun there somewhere) thanks to this "I'd rather be at Luke's Diner" magnet. Another exclusive from the box, and a little reminder of all things Stars Hollow when I reach for another cup of coffee.

And then there's these delicious products from Black Tie Market. I thought the days of needing to remind myself to not eat beauty products had been left kindergarten, but the coffee scent and taste to almost too delicious to resist consuming. I imagine Emily looking at my sternly and then use the chapstick appropriately.
I had never used anything from this company before was thrilled to have been introduced to their products.

You can enjoy next month's box 10% off with code "caseyrosereads".

What do you think of this month's box? Who's ready for some wine and Gilmore Girls banter?

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