Butter Me Up

I, Angie Lucas, have had many massages in my day, but I can state unequivocally that May 27 was the first time I’ve ever dozed off on the massage table. Blame it on Janice and the body butter.

Does anyone remember the Seinfeld episode (season 9, episode 1) when Kramer decides to replace his shaving cream with butter because it gives him a smoother shave? He loves how it feels so much that he spreads the butter all over his body and inadvertently starts baking himself in the sun, causing Newman to crave some tender, juicy Kramer turkey? Well my Body Butter Drench experience at the Sego Lily Spa was nothing like that at all.

For one thing, this body butter may have the same consistency as real butter, but it has never had anything to do with a cow. Also, a licensed professional is doing the spreading, throwing in a glorious massage for good measure. And the heat source involved in the treatment is decidedly non-solar and, as such, is guaranteed not to cause tanning, freckling, premature aging, crispy turkey skin, or any number of sun-induced blights. And Kramer will be the absolute furthest thing from your mind, so I’m not even sure why I brought it up.

I’ve long fantasized about what it would feel like to immerse my body into a bathtub filled with cool, whipped (but not melted) butter. Or to swim in a pool full of Jello in its swirly in-between state—not pure liquid, and not quite set. Well, until I’m independently wealthy, neither of these scenarios is likely to take place. But the Body Butter Drench will do quite nicely in the meantime.


Here’s How it Works

You’ll walk through the Sego Lily Spa doors (running late as usual and feeling overwhelmed by a never-ending list of tasks flowing through your head) and enter a blissful oasis. The rooms are cool and darkened. Everyone speaks in hushed voices and they smile kindly when they see you. You’ll be issued a luxurious purple robe and a pair of soothing spa sandals in just your size, and you’ll be encouraged to relax by a crackling fire—partaking of chilled lemon water, assorted teas, and dried fruit mix—until you are summoned for your treatment. You’ll be amazed you’ve never encountered dried kiwi before this day, and you’ll plan on making it a part of your daily diet for the foreseeable future.


At just the right time, Janice [or insert your massage therapist’s name here] will walk in and call you by name. At this point, you can send your brain on vacation, because Janice is in charge of your every move for the next 90 minutes. She’ll tell you to slip beneath the towel on the massage table, and then she’ll start massaging the lightly scented tropical butter into your right foot and up your calf. All capacity for coherent thought will depart immediately. Janice will soon become just a pair of hands, as far as you’re concerned. She won’t speak more than necessary (no grilling you about where you’re from and what you do for a living and do you know so-and-so from Green River?), and when she does speak, her voice will be almost tranquilizing.

Janice will proceed to drench you in butter, one body part at a time, and your skin will drink it in thirstily as though it lives in a dry, desert climate—which it does. Then she’ll wrap you in a cocoon of what feels like wax paper—preserving your modesty all the while—followed by a heavy heat blanket that straps tightly closed. You’re a human butter burrito, and you feel warm and secure and moisturized. (I think this is the point at which I briefly drifted off to sleep.)


While the heat from the blanket opens your pores and encourages the butter to sink deep into your epidermis, Janice will work her magic on your head, shoulders, and face. She’ll then slowly unwrap you—again preserving your modesty—and quietly tell you exactly which appendage to move and when. She’ll even assist you in sitting up so you don’t have to engage your abdominal muscles. That’s what I call service. While you’re emerging from your cocoon (don’t worry, there are no butterfly metaphors on the way), you’ll have a moment of panic because you’re not ready for this to be over. But you can let that go because Janice still has a full-body massage in store for you. Twenty minutes of bliss ensues.

And then, at just the right time, Janice will softly bring you out of your butter-induced coma, issue departing instructions, and say sincerely, “Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your day.” And you’ll think that was just the nicest thing in the world. You’ll stammer back, “You’re welcome” with a dazed, open-mouth grin on your face, because your brain hasn’t quite booted back up again and you honestly think that’s an appropriate response. (If your brain were fully engaged, you’d say, “No, it is I who should thank YOU, kind madam.” And then as a token of your appreciation,  you’d gladly offer up your first-born child, or perhaps your second—whomever is better behaved.)

And, if you’re a scrapbooker, you’ll probably take a few surreptitious pictures on your iPhone while you’re there, and you’ll go home and turn them into a layout. After all, you’ll realize, we document the most exciting, memorable, and celebratory moments of our lives, so why shouldn’t we scrapbook our most relaxing moments, too?


1. Say YES to the Stomach
Janice [or insert your massage therapist’s name here] will ask you if you’d like your stomach massaged. You might be tempted to say no, but I beg you to resist that urge. I’ve never had anything resembling washboard abs, and I can honestly say that in my adult life, only a tiny handful of people have ever laid eyes (let alone hands) on my bare midsection. It is truly my least favorite feature. I know many of you, particularly those who have previously given birth, can relate to feelings of self-consciousness about your abdominal region. But a beautiful thing happens when you say yes to having your stomach massaged. Not only is it surprisingly soothing and relaxing physically, you also get the subtle feeling that this pair of hands is offering you acceptance. You’re okay just as you are, and it feels good.

2. Avail Yourself of the Restroom Facilities Prior to Treatment
The Body Butter Drench lasts 90 wonderful minutes, and massages can have a tendency to kick certain people’s bladders into high gear. As long as you tinkle right before your treatment, you’ll make it through just fine. Also take care to drink no more than your normal amount before the Drench, then load up on all the fluids you want after it’s over.

3. Shower Before Your Drench but NOT After
Plan on squeezing in your daily workout and taking your daily shower prior to your treatment. Trust me, you will not want to wash off (or sweat off) the body butter that has been so painstakingly applied. You’ll want to luxuriate in your coccoon of moisturizing goodness as long as possible.

4. Plan on a Ponytail Day or a Hat Day
There’s a chance that some residual butter will make its way into your hair. If you have dry hair, this can be a nice side benefit. If you have a tendency toward oily hair (like moi), plan on washing your hair only (perhaps in the sink so you don’t violate tip 3) after the treatment is over, throwing it into a ponytail, or covering it up with a hat. This is especially helpful if you have somewhere important to be later that day, and you’d rather not show up glowing like a newlywed and smelling fantastic but looking like you haven’t washed your hair in the recent past.

5. Wear Socks and Shoes To and From Your Treatment
This tip is optional of course, but I found myself wishing I had brought comfy socks and real shoes to wear home. I didn’t want to slip my glistening feet into my dusty flip flops for the drive home.

And that’s it for me. Please tune back in as I (hopefully) begin my year-long journey through every treatment in the Sego Lily Spa menu, sharing my experiences and offering useful tips along the way. To help make sure this happens, please leave a comment right here on this post.

Have a blissful, relaxing day.


304 replies
  1. angie
    angie says:

    I figure I can vote once, correct? I’d like to be my first commenter and to vote for myself. Although I admit I’m a bit biased. 🙂

  2. Sandy Fagan
    Sandy Fagan says:

    Angie gets my vote! After reading the description of her day at Sego Lily Spa, I am wishing I lived nearby so I could do the same thing. Mmmm!

  3. Gina HM
    Gina HM says:

    Makes me want to hop in my car and drive the 8 hours to get to this spa! Sounds awesome.

  4. Marty
    Marty says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition.

  5. Alyson
    Alyson says:

    The body butter drench looks amazing. I have really dry skin and would like to get it in better shape for the summer. I enjoyed your post!


  6. Juliana
    Juliana says:

    Wow, that sounds incredibly delightful! I hope Angie wins – I’ll just have to live vicariously through her as I live too far away from the spa! {sigh}

  7. Kim
    Kim says:

    I love Angie’s writing style and the information she gives. She writes in a clear, concise manner in which it makes me, the reader, keep reading. I love that she gave tips, this is very helpful to someone like me who has never been to a spa.

  8. Betty Johnson
    Betty Johnson says:

    Great post Angie! I can just imagine myself having a Body Butter Drench! Very funny post.

    Betty Johnson

  9. Krys
    Krys says:

    Comment #2:
    I’d love to read about Angie’s experiences at your beautiful spa. If she wins, I’ll be following her adventures for sure. I’m not sucking up here, but your spa is the best spa in the whole wide world!!

  10. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    I’ve never heard of this before, but it sure makes spas sound wonderful. Too bad I live over a 1,000 miles from Sego Lily. Good Luck Angie!

  11. Melony
    Melony says:

    Here’s a vote for Angie. You had me laughing out loud in your first paragraph and wanting a Body Butter Drench in the rest 🙂 I love the way I can read your words and immediately get lost in your story like I’m there and totally forget I’m reading! If Sego Lily doesn’t select you then it’s only because you are meant for something even greater 🙂

  12. JPScraps
    JPScraps says:

    I vote for Angie!! I’d love to read about Angie’s experiences at your beautiful spa. If she wins, I’ll be following her adventures for sure.

  13. Kristen
    Kristen says:

    I’d love to read about Angie’s experiences at your beautiful spa. If she wins, I’ll be following her adventures for sure. I’m not sucking up here, but your spa is the best spa in the whole wide world!!

  14. Joscelyne Cutchens
    Joscelyne Cutchens says:

    Angie, I am so jealous of your body butter experience, I want that, and I want it now! I hope you will be the big winner and share your year of experiences and I can follow along! ps, loved that scrapbook page too! 🙂

  15. Victoria
    Victoria says:

    Google Maps estimates my current locale is just over 1,400 miles away from the Salt Lake City area. This is a shame, as I would love to be able to make an appointment at Sego Lily spa posthaste. Angie described a true sanctuary instead of a beauty-based assembly line that I have often found when seeking spa treatments in Chicagoland. I hope to hear further adventures of her trips to Sego Lily in the future.

  16. Bonnie Lewis-Watts
    Bonnie Lewis-Watts says:

    I could almost feel the treatment as I read your description. I’ve always said that if I ever came into a lot of money, one of the first things I would do would be to hire a personal masseuse. There’s nothing better than being pampered that way!

  17. Sue Talleur
    Sue Talleur says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition.

  18. kyla
    kyla says:

    Ooooo. Are you sure this place isn’t called HEAVEN? lol Absolutely LOVE the layout! Way to sneak those photos! 😉

  19. Marisa Bosworth
    Marisa Bosworth says:

    Angie, I am so jealous! Your spa treatment sounded wonderful. I am going to have to try the body butter dip. I hope that you win!


  20. Melissa H
    Melissa H says:

    This particular blog entry has me ready to jump on a plane and head straight for Sego Lily Spa. If only my credit card were in agreement. No matter, Angie rocks!!

  21. Lisa
    Lisa says:

    I agree with the stomach “tip”. I don’t want ANYONE to see mine, let alone touch it, but when getting spa services, OH MY GOSH!

    Glad you enjoyed yourself. I hope I get to read comments throughout the year about your adventures at Sego Lily Spa!

  22. Suzanne
    Suzanne says:

    I vote YES on this blog, how I wish I lived closer to such an amazing place, its sounds heavenly! I hope you win so you can brag to me how amazing each and every treatment is! And maybe take me there on my next visit!

  23. Barb
    Barb says:

    Angie, I was totally captivated by your visit to the spa and now I’m wishing I lived in Utah so I could indulge in a body butter drench. Wow. Your description of it was so vivid I could actually feel my body craving some of that pampering… my poor aching legs could use some TLC right about now.

    Good luck in this contest. I’m voting for you and keeping my fingers crossed too. 🙂

  24. Erin
    Erin says:

    Wow, that was a LONG post, but I forced myself to keep reading clear until the end! And I found it absolutely awesome!

  25. KristiG
    KristiG says:

    What a great description of your perfect spa treatment! I’m very jealous, but feel like I was there experiencing the treatment along with you while reading. Next time I’m in the area I must stop by Sego Lily Spa to experience it for myself.

  26. Michelle Bazeley
    Michelle Bazeley says:

    I would LOVE to vote for Angie. She really deserves this year of spa treatments. As a spa addict myself I can attest to the immeasurable value of a year of soft skin, happpy muscles, and aligned kharma.

    By the way, she lost her job this year, we can’t let her skin get wrinkly with worry can we?

    Yeah Angie!!!

  27. Colleen
    Colleen says:

    Fantastic! I almost felt like I was right there through the whole amazing experience. Angie gets my vote! Bring on the spa bliss!

  28. rebecca keppel
    rebecca keppel says:

    My skin is calling out for body butter after that post. You sold ME. I vote for Angie 🙂

  29. Kathleen S.
    Kathleen S. says:

    I vote for Sego Lily’s compassionate support of Angie, who is clearly in need of spa treatments for: removal of grammatical calluses; facials to remedy clogged syntaxes; relaxation of blocked subject/verbiage; and general simplification of confused vocabularies. Please keep Angie on your ‘to do’ list.

  30. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    A good slather of body butter would hit the spot about now! Wish I lived closer to experience such a treat. And thanks for the tips.

  31. Ann Costen
    Ann Costen says:

    Well after reading this…Angie definitely gets my vote. For some reason do I not only want a massage but I am also famished!!! She made this body butter massage sound absolutely scrumptious 🙂

  32. Melinda Rhodes
    Melinda Rhodes says:

    My vote is for Angie Lucas. She is a very talented and clever writer. Go Angie!

  33. Cathy S
    Cathy S says:

    Mmmmmm, too bad I’m in Pennsylvania. I feel more relaxed just reading about your experience.

  34. Lisa
    Lisa says:

    Excellent tale of bliss by Angie! I don’t live near enough to visit this spa, but her detailed and humorous account made me feel more confident about trying out a spa treatment myself some time soon. Thanks Angie!

  35. Kayla
    Kayla says:

    Love your post. I can’t believe I never knew I needed butter like this before. Now I am wondering how long I can wait before I book one of these treatments…your helpful tips at the end were great too! Out of the five, you are the one I would read! Or maybe not – my pocket book may not be able to handle it! lol.

  36. Rebecca
    Rebecca says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition.

  37. Emilie Ahern
    Emilie Ahern says:

    OMGosh! Youa re making me so jealous!
    Just 10 mintues ago I was perfectly fine not experiencing butter being rubbed on me and now I MUST have it!
    I will be heading to the spa very soon and proclaiming “Slather me up!”

  38. Carrie K
    Carrie K says:

    Who know that a recount of a spa treatment could be so enthralling? Until now, I sure didn’t. I’m nominating this post for a Pulitzer.

  39. Liz
    Liz says:

    I’d love to read about Angie’s experiences at your beautiful spa. If she wins, I’ll be following her adventures for sure.

  40. Cheri
    Cheri says:

    OMG – this write up certainly makes me want to try this treatment! Not something I EVER would have considered previously! Go Angie!

  41. Karen
    Karen says:

    What a wonderful review of this spa procedure. Sounds like heaven on earth! VERY well written!

  42. Lisa
    Lisa says:

    Angie- I love your writing style and sense of humor. I thought of Seinfeld, too, when you talked about being covered in butter! But the actual experience sounds sooooo much better. I would love to read your accounts of the spa experience for a year!

  43. Angie U.
    Angie U. says:

    That treatment sounds heavenly! I hope you win the year’s worth of spa treatments. You can enjoy them first and then blog about them, so the rest of us can live them through you.

  44. n foz
    n foz says:

    I know it’s been said before, but – Man oh man, does that sounds amazing!!! I know where I’m headed next time I’m in Utah!

  45. Rachel
    Rachel says:

    This girl totally deserves the year’s worth of free spa treatments. I don’t even know her in “real” life, but I can safely say that she’s totally worth it. 🙂

  46. Lynn
    Lynn says:

    Oh no! I can’t believe I never realised I needed this… I NEED THIS!
    Thank you for explaining away any reason NOT to go and get drenched! 😉

  47. Heather
    Heather says:

    Wow, that sounds totally relaxing. I think your writing even helped me relax a little 🙂
    Good luck!

  48. Emma
    Emma says:

    Angie, you bring so much life and tactile goodness to this post. It makes me feel like I know what to expect going into something foreign like this, and makes me feel so much more confident about it. I hope to be reading about more of Sego Lily’s treatments from you!

  49. Sonja
    Sonja says:

    That sounded heavenly! I know what I will be wishing for when a special person asks me what I would like for my birthday, anniversary, Christmas, etc. Angie, thanks for the tips, since I’m not one who has had the opportunity to visit a spa very much (actually only once), I really appreciated them.

  50. Sharon F., CA
    Sharon F., CA says:

    Wow, do I wish that your spa was located here in California. Angie did a wonderful job of explaining all the benefits. I pecially like the shout out for having your stomache massaged – who knew? I stay pretty far away from butter with my cholesteral issues, but she does make it sound almost “healthy. I hope she wins so we can live vicariously through her experiences (a year of spa treatments- I am so jealous) on her blog.
    Pick Angie, Choose Angie, She will make you happy [you did]! {channeling Julia Roberts character in “My Best Friends Wedding” here}

  51. Annie
    Annie says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition.

  52. Sara
    Sara says:

    Just had my first massage a couple weeks ago and I said no to the stomach. You convinced me that was a mistake!

  53. Lauri
    Lauri says:

    Insert Comment #3…
    Just kidding, Angie deserves this. Keep Angie happy, keep the blog world happy!

  54. CristinaD
    CristinaD says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition.

  55. Lynn Gleason
    Lynn Gleason says:

    Even though i don’t know you personally Angie I read your blog and think you are sooooooo deserving of this awesome reward! Spas are such a fabulous thing and I hope you get a year’s worth of spa products to indulge in! Good luck!

  56. Becky
    Becky says:

    I want a massage sooooo bad right now. I’m wishing that instead of my morning exercise I had been being slathered with butter!!! Just reading about it relaxed me!!

  57. Jennifer McGuire
    Jennifer McGuire says:

    Angie seriously needs to experience all the spa treatments and write about them. What a seriously awesome post. Makes me want to get on a jet and head to the Sego Lily spa right now. I really enjoyed reading this entry and I can’t wait to read more of what she has to say about the other treatments. Love the layout too!

  58. Tiffany
    Tiffany says:

    What a blissful sounding description. I truly hope Angie wins so she can experience this and other relaxing spa moments for the next year! (And we, her faithful blog readers, get to experience them vicariously through her wonderful writing skills!)

  59. Laura
    Laura says:

    This all sounds so decadent and wonderful….I would love to read more of Angie’s descriptions of the wonderful spa treatments!

  60. Tammy Vasser
    Tammy Vasser says:

    I’d love to read about Angie’s experiences at your beautiful spa. If she wins, I’ll be following her adventures for sure. I’m not sucking up here, but your spa is the best spa in the whole wide world!!

  61. janis mencarelli
    janis mencarelli says:

    What an entertaining account of your visit, Angie! It totally makes me want to go visit Sego Lily. I hope to get to read about more treatments…. definetly helps to make a visit seem much less intimidating. 🙂

  62. Christi
    Christi says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition. If I lived in the Mountain Time Zone, I’d check out your spa.

  63. Misty Fowler
    Misty Fowler says:

    Angie, I hope that you win! I read the other bloggers, and they stressed me out with thoughts of Sponge Bob and piles of laundry, before getting to the good part about how great Sego Lily Spa is. You, on the other hand, did an excellent job of making the case about why I want to go to Sego Lily, without an ounce of stress. Oh, and you didn’t add weird colors and too! many! exclamation points!!!!!!! Great job! Can’t wait to read more. 🙂

  64. Jennifer
    Jennifer says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition.

  65. Sunny
    Sunny says:

    I would love to read Angie’s posts about the spa. She has such a great way of writing. It makes me want to run right over and enjoy some treatments of my own.

  66. Rebecca Wilken
    Rebecca Wilken says:

    Ahhhhh, pure bliss. I don’t even LIKE massages (please, don’t anyone touch me), but you make this sound extraordinary and utterly irresistible, even to me! I sure hope you win. Purely out of my own selfishness, mind you. I’d like to be taken on further journeys into the wonders of the Sego Lily Spa, if you please 😀

  67. Kelly M
    Kelly M says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition. Go Angie!!

  68. Elisha Snow
    Elisha Snow says:

    Go Angie, Go! Go Angie, Go! Go Angie, Go! Goooooooo Angie!! (I had to spice up the pre-written comment a little and “make it my own”, a la American Idol).

  69. Robin Comran
    Robin Comran says:

    A spa day is my idea of heaven. I would cook, clean and otherwise slave for someone for a spa day…

  70. Melissa G
    Melissa G says:

    I wish I either lived closer to Sego Lily or that there was one near by me. A Body Butter Drench sounds heavenly right about now!

  71. denise:)
    denise:) says:

    Wow… i’m so relaxed now just reading this… but i love the Seinfeld reference. I’m glad it’s not like that at Sego…:D

  72. Holly
    Holly says:

    Hey Angie,
    Wish I could be there to enjoy your winnings with you! (Coz we both know you’ll win wink!) but it’s a bit too long of a trip from Australia.

  73. Jules
    Jules says:

    Wishing Ms. Angie the best of dreams-come-true, and mostly (selfishly) because I can’t wait to hear a year’s worth of spa stories! Good luck to you, girl! What a fun adventure to have!

  74. Stephi D.
    Stephi D. says:

    Angie is NOT paying me to leave this comment. Promise. I really hope she wins, and I’m leaving this comment of my own volition.:)

    Wow, please build one of these in Bozeman, I can’t even imagine how wonderful this would feel after a cold dry winter. It just looks and sounds heavenly!

  75. suzanne
    suzanne says:

    oh! angie should definately be the one to win this awesome prize!! an experience of a lifetime!!

  76. Liz Oram
    Liz Oram says:

    I don’t think anyone could have made a heavenly massage sound even better…but you, my dear, have accomplished just that!!

  77. Jennifer Serrano
    Jennifer Serrano says:

    I hope you win Angie, it sounds so wonderful, think I’ll have to give it a try since I live nearby!

  78. Grace M
    Grace M says:

    This sounds like heaven, I was almost lulled into imagining it happening to me! Here’s to more divine buttery drenches to come!

  79. Libby
    Libby says:

    I live in Minnesota, so I can’t experience the luxury of a Sego Lily Body Butter Drench. And for that, I am truly jealous!

  80. MIchele
    MIchele says:

    AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! I feel relaxed already. Can someone fill in for you when you fall ill? I am so jealous, but if anyone deserves someonthing like this, it is you! I love you and am thinking warm body-buttery thoughts for you.

  81. BethBG
    BethBG says:

    Well, I’m sold! I don’t live anywhere near Sego Lily but I hope Angie wins so I can live vicariously through her!

  82. Cydnie H
    Cydnie H says:

    This sounds great. Makes me want to go out and get drenched and as someone who has never has a massage, the tips are needed! Good luck Angie, I’m hoping you win this fabulous experience!

  83. margvp
    margvp says:

    Lets face it….Angie Lucas is just plain good ‘ol fashion positively, wonderful PR and lots of fun to boot. You can’t go wrong with this chic promoting Sego Lily! Good Luck Angie!

  84. Carolyn
    Carolyn says:

    I just LOVE the way Angie describes her experience, and the tips are the best! Who would have thought to make sure and wear socks and shoes, or to plan on wearing a hat or ponytail for that day? Tips are very important to me and also knowing what to plan on during an experience that I’ve never had, so this post is very informative as well as inviting – making me want to jump right into the butter at your spa! 🙂

  85. Holly Black
    Holly Black says:

    Angie should win, she keeps so many of us entertained with her wonderful blog! Good luck Ang!!! 🙂

  86. Jacqueline
    Jacqueline says:

    Angie, you make this sound amazing. Wish I still lived in Utah to enjoy it (ok, maybe not live there, but maybe next time I visit Utah I’ll stop by). You described everything perfectly! Great tips, great advice.

  87. Natalie Roundy
    Natalie Roundy says:

    That sounds oooooo so good. You made me want to try it. Good Luck I hope you win. 🙂 🙂 🙂
    Natalie R.

  88. Natalie Roundy
    Natalie Roundy says:

    That sounds oooooooo so nice. Good Luck!! I hope you win. 🙂 🙂 🙂
    Natalie R.

  89. Brenda
    Brenda says:

    I can’t believe how reading that made me feel! I wanted to bolt out of my house and straight to Utah just to experience what you so profoundly put into words! You should be Sego Lily’s official spokesperson!! I hope you win! You deserve it! xoxox

  90. Therese
    Therese says:

    Angie, if you win we get to see more pictures and read about it on your blog. You go girl!

  91. Stephanie
    Stephanie says:

    My next trip to Utah will most definitely include a trip to Sego Lily. Thanks for sharing your luxurious experience!

  92. Angie F
    Angie F says:

    I’m seriously more relaxed after reading your description than before! WOW!! Sounds like a wonderful place! Hope you WIN!!

  93. Rachel Gainer
    Rachel Gainer says:

    You get my vote! I’ve honestly never indulged in a massage or a body butter wrap, but it sounds fabulous. And thanks to your play-by-play, I’m 100x more likely to try it out. I’ve always wondered what happens at those fancy spas, and I’ve worried I’d feel totally stupid. But now that I know a little more about how it all works (including your very helpful tips), I feel compelled to set an appointment. We shall see!

  94. lisa
    lisa says:

    Go Angie! Hope you win. You deserve it for this fantastic description alone. Vote for Angie!

  95. Jen Wozab
    Jen Wozab says:

    Go Angie! I hope you win, and if you do then we should get pedis together to celebrate. Good luck!

  96. wendy smedley
    wendy smedley says:

    I am a huge fan of Angie’s writing. She and I have worked together for the last five years and I am still surprised by her witty words.
    I vote for her!!

  97. marnie
    marnie says:

    uh, stomach massage? mmm. sounds a bit daring but aren’t the best things always?
    i hope you win, angie, so we can continue to live vicariously through you!

  98. Megan
    Megan says:

    Mmmmm… butter burrito… Sounds sinfully divine to me!

    BTW, I LOVE that episode of Seinfeld. When Newman is envisioning Kramer as a turkey and then he waves his wing and says, “Hey, buddy!” I laugh and laugh (even though I’ve seen it about a gazillion times.) 🙂

    Thanks for sharing your experience, Angie. You and me the heat wrap. I’m definitely going to give Sego Lily a call and try this for myself.

  99. Mellisa
    Mellisa says:

    I think I was there with you. What a great story with a side of funny. Not to mention the fun layout to capture the day. I totally vote for Angie (and even offer to be her buddy for the day too HAHA)

  100. Traca
    Traca says:

    Sounds wonderful! I will have to book an appointment next time I am in Utah. I definately vote for you.

  101. Matt
    Matt says:

    Soo funny and informative, who knew the things they’ll think up to pamper someone. You have my vote!!!

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