It’s Friday! Let’s Sesh!
Another 2021 week is in the bag, time to relax with a danky Friday night smoke sesh! In tonight’s video, I am enjoying a fresh bowl and some potent dabs while talking about some of my favorite finds from the last few months. From birthday presents and my current musical obsessions to new and luxurious stoner accessories, in this sesh, I’m sharing all the newer things that this stoner mom loves. Go gather your stoner gear and join me for a Friday night sesh!
Friday Night Notes
I was sent this beautiful Full Ritual gift set from Rogue Paq, and I can’t get over how lovely all of the details are! This luxurious roll-up case is so stylish and paired with thoughtful accessories for a mindful sesh. The case is made from lambskin leather (vegan options also available) and features smart storage with deep pockets, elastic straps, and a removable internal pouch. Monogramming is also available.
The Full Ritual Gift set comes with the most beautiful accessories to truly elevate your session while you roll up your favorite buds. From the elegant crane trimming scissors to the posh gold-toned lighter, every detail is as functional as it is beautiful. I am absolutely blown away by this set and highly recommend it as a gift that will truly delight any stoner mom. Take a look at all of Rogue Paq’s sophisticated cannabis storage and accessories at roguepaq.com.
Bongs by Kori | one of a kind smokable art
In today’s video I also debuted my newest bong purchase, a one-of-kind Lenox vase turned into the bong of my dreams. Several months ago my friend turned me onto the @bongsbykori Instagram account, and I immediately fell in love with what she does. Kori is a talented artist, scouring estate sales for one-of-a-kind pieces that she skillfully transforms into unique, smokeable art. This gold-trimmed Lennox vase and matching trinket tray feel like it was made for me, and I love it so much I have yet to even smoke from it! For now, this beauty sits in my office as a vase, but maybe one of these days I’ll feel brave enough to break her in. Until then, she’s art.