Eternity

Eternity

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The perfect accessory for any occasion. A very successful fragrance with vibrant green and
mandarin orange notes layered with exciting freesia and rose. It has a surprising accent of fruit
and flowery profile coming from sage spice. An embodiment of affection, peace, and family in
one bottle.

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The perfect accessory for any occasion. A very successful fragrance with vibrant green and
mandarin orange notes layered with exciting freesia and rose. It has a surprising accent of fruit
and flowery profile coming from sage spice. An embodiment of affection, peace, and family in
one bottle.

Story:
In the urban city of Hiko, lived a poor but blessed family. The Wells family live in a small house
big enough to fit their entire family. They sleep on the floor side by side and they only eat twice
a day. Some might say that they live in a sad state but the Wells does not care. All they care
about is that they are with each other and that they care about each other. They thought that
the love and peace in their family would last forever but as they say, nothing lasts forever. One
day a land developer decided to construct a huge condominium in their area and that their
house is one of the areas affected by this development. The land developer offered to buy their
house but the Wells refused because they have not place to transfer to. The land developer
became furious and threatened the family. Starting that day, they never experienced a peaceful
day in that house. The family was harassed day by day until the time came that the father got
hit in the head with a rock. They did not know what to do. They do not have the money to pay
for hospital bills and they do not have anywhere to go. The wife decided to sell the house in
order to gain money for hospital bills. The father recovered but the family has nowhere to go.
They then decided to move to the mountains to and hope that they would be able to survive.
The whole family was reluctant at first, but everyone thought that they could achieve anything

as long as they are together. From that day onwards, the family was able to live in peace while
protecting and taking care of each other.

Ribbon Color:Orange: Leukemia
At the beginning of August 2018, I was ready for a change. I moved to Nashville to pursue my
MBA and moved into a new place with my long-time girlfriend and our 4-legged fur child. But,
that’s the funny thing about your 20’s—you start to learn that life isn’t this straightforward
trajectory that you always imagined. So instead of spending my free time on Broadway or
eating copious amounts of hot chicken, I spent it the hospital as I was diagnosed with T-cell
acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a blood cancer that had taken over my body and had made itself
especially at home in a 19x12cm Nerf football-size tumor in the center of my chest. By the time
of diagnosis, the tumor had rendered one of my lungs functionless and had pushed me into
near-death critical condition due to its proximity to my heart, trachea, and other vital organs.
I’ve had 116 chemotherapy treatments, multiple invasive surgeries, learned a lot about myself,
made many new lifelong friends, fallen deeper in love almost every single day, developed a
lucrative hobby I never knew how much I needed (blainedavisstudio.com), and spent way too
much time sitting at home puking chemo remnants while day trading the US and Asian equity
markets. Most importantly though, I’ve learned that blood is so much thicker than water. I have
the greatest family who never left me searching for help at any turn; they were already there
before me.  I have the most loving supportive wonderful life partner anyone could ask for. One
who didn’t even hesitate to be by my side through the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Thank you to Hospital clergy, yoga instructors, my therapist, the incredible cancer survivor
community I was introduced to over the months, and every single person who took a moment
out of their day to let me vent and talk about this journey. Lending an ear can sometimes make
all the difference and I truly believe mental health is something not given remotely enough
attention in today’s society. The brain is a big organ. Treat it like one. Keep it healthy. To
everyone reading this, I can’t stress this enough –if you need someone to talk to, I’m here for
you. Someone is there for you. There is no problem too big or too small to seek out help.
I may be in remission, but I know this journey is far from over. But I’m getting through this and
moving on. So, my new perspective on life: Realize how trivial and small most issues we run into
are. Realize how incredible the people around you are. Realize there is no substitute for mental
and physical health. Realize how short life is. There isn’t much time to waste – so get out there
and do it. – Blaine Davis

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1oz, 2oz, 4oz

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