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March 08, 2011



Oh...I forgot peonies on my them...just wish they lasted longer.


Oh, love the clean house smell. My list was getting too long. I could have added so many.


Lily of the valley is one of my favorites too. I also love lilacs.

Sheri Hisey

My favorite smell is the beach/ocean, where I grew up, and a close second would have to be a baby. To me they smell like fresh baked bread, so that too. I liked all your smells. LOL
NOT the pug. I don't know what is wrong with this dog but she's constantly scratching herself raw and for almost 8 years that's what we've been battling.
I found you!


I think you are right about the ocean - I love the smell but I love being there even more. I love to take deep deep breaths to bring as much of it into my lungs, it feels so cleansing.


i love the rain in the woods smell, too. from the warmth of my very cozy and dry tent or cabin.


You are so right about rain in the woods! I love the smell of rain, adding the woods just ramps it up :-)


I had a lot of "clean" smells on my list, too. maybe it's a comfort thing? and have to say, I'm not sure I've ever smelled lily of the valley...but I want to now!


clean and fresh are some of the best "natural" fragrances. i probably like the sound of the ocean over the smell-especially when waves are hitting the rocks.


I do love the ocean; that salty smell just can't be bottled or put into a candle that smells nearly as good.

I agree with your list of flowers, and would add roses and sweet peas. Mmmm.

And not on your list but ones I also love: almond, coconut, lemon, and the smell of cut grass, which means summer is really here. I love the smell of regular rain, and of our cat Rainy too!

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