The title of this story alone attempts to warm your heart

I took a drive over to East Broadway in Bismarck this morning and on an extra frigid morning, I proceeded to park our company vehicle about a block away, I nearly froze my hands  ( because I'm a dope and wasn't wearing gloves, I mean why should I when it's minus 19 out? )  My mission was to check out a new business that's about to open up here in Bismarck. Snugly sitting right next to a local television station ( KFYR ), I gazed through the window trying to imagine myself in a huge steaming warm bath with bubbles floating softly in the air. Reality kicked in though and I hurried back to the car.

You don't have to hurry however on March 5th

Here is what is happening Saturday, March 5th. Stop by BB's Bath Bakery Grand Opening from 9:00 am - 4 pm. Located at 324 E. Broadway. There is nothing better than a grand opening. Throw out all the expectations that some people may have, just sit back and appreciate another business that is opening its doors to Bismarck. That is one of the many things you can look forward to, here is a part of what they posted on their FB page - "The first 100 guests will receive a free bath bomb. We will also have free cookies and cocoa for everyone throughout the day". I have a question for you, have you ever heard of a bath bomb?  First time for me as well, so please, check it out yourself and report back to me later!

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