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Monday, April 29, 2019

SUNSHINE SHEETS

Question Of The Week 04-29-19

What odors awaken special loving 
memories for you? 



(Fresh baked bread, frying chicken, cigar or pipe aroma, sunshine sheets, newly mowed grass, etc. )

20 comments:

  1. Apples and oranges together. They are the smell of Christmas from my early childhood.

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  2. Freshly cut hay in a Colorado field. Lilacs blooming in the spring. Baby oil smells.

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  3. I like the smell of baby powder - not sure why - feels safe.

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  4. Line dried washing. Cinnamon. Lavender (and the last reminds me of a B&B I stayed at where they dried their bed linen on lavender bushes in the sun). Bliss.

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  5. gardenias, star jasmine, sheets hung in the sun to dry, saddle leather, horses, dogs & babies...

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  6. Sweet olive. It smells like heaven to me.

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  7. Mum's apple strudel on Sundays, freshly turned earth when we planted carrots and radishes, sunshine sweet clothes as mum loaded up my outstretched arms to carry stuff inside.

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  8. Annie--- be sure to mark that mumbai bozo as spam in your comment moderation in your dashboard.... That will keep him away at least for a while. Yes--- cut grass or hay lots of memories.

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  9. Yo tengo un olor muy especial que me recuerda a mi marido, y otro olor a mi madre.

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  10. A barn full of fresh hay, puppy breath, saddle leather, and orange blossoms.

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  11. Fresh mowed grass, freesias, puppy breath

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  12. The smell of tomatoes reminds me of my granddad & his greenhouse on his allotment where he grew wonderful tomatoes. I spent lots of time with him there sampling the stuff he grew on the allotment, strawberries, gooseberries, pea pods and the little yellow tomatoes he grew especially for me.

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  13. Where do I start....after a dry spell the smell from rain settling dusty surrounds...freshly-ground coffee beans...onions frying....are just a few of my favourites....

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  14. Roses, Lilacs- My mother.
    enjoy smelling lavender, and Thyme herbs always. Like to pick it n put in a shirt pocket to keep smelling it.

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  15. Sigh... Unfortunately, I've lost a lot of my sense of smell. I do miss smelling roses though.

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  16. love warm baked cookie smell, brownies, a new car, lavender. and yes, I'm back to blogging, but at my old blogger site: https://agentlebreeeze.blogspot.com/

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  17. The smell of fear of my enemies when I triumph! Nah, probably brownies...

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  18. Hay. Both freshly cut or dry and baled.

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  19. Grandad's pipe. Dad's fags. Grandma's freshly ironed linen.

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