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Friday, May 1, 2009

Aloha Friday#6- Fragrance of Remembrance.


This week a Post on my Yard & Garden site was "Oh, that Lilac Smell!!" if you have time view the photos on the Site (link above) and read why I like the smell. Lilacs are one of my favorite Garden fragrance. It takes me back to my childhood memories. So here is your Question:

What is the Smell that takes you back to your childhood years?

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20 comments:

  1. That's a good one.. Probably Chlorine, since we spent SOOOO Much time in the darn pool. lol

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  2. Fresh mowed lawn. Not really sure why, but every time I smell it I have a flash back.

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  3. I agree with Lisa C, Chlorine or hamburgers grilling would be the smells from my childhood.

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  4. The lilacs sitting in front of me right now :)

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  5. It would have to be chocolate chip cookies - my mom baked them all the time and they were the best!

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  6. It kind of a smell ---- sound -- I love when the fan is in the window and the grass if freshly cut.

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  7. chocolate chocolate chip brownies... my mom was always baking

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  8. Chlorine. I spent a lot of time in pools.

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  9. Perked coffee is forever my grandmother. She no longer drinks coffee (only my Hubby does in my family) but that smell is Grandma.

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  10. Ahhh the smell of fresh cut grass!

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  11. Gardenias since that is what my grandmother grew in her yard

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  12. hmmm...the smell of chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven!

    I know it sounds cheesy! LOL

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  13. My mother's perfume. She's wore the same brand for years. My Aloha Friday

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  14. Being outside and smelling fresh laundry coming from that shoot on the side of the house. I LOVE that smell.

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  15. Playdough. God I used to love that stuff. My mom did not let us have any, so I would always have to go over to friends' houses if I wanted to play with it.

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  16. For me its lilac also. My next door neighbor had a giant bush and allowed us to take as much as we wanted.

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  17. One of my favorite smells is the smell of the ice arena at Bowling Green State University -- part refrigerant, part something else. Oh, I loved to walk in the arena and inhale deeply...

    Okay, about that Paid EC ad? I totally agree, and as someone who writes about rock stars and the rock and roll world, that's saying a lot. (and apparently, the forums are open to everyone again. how nice.)

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  18. My mom was always baking when I was growing up so when I smell cookies and/or cakes cooking, ahhh I just love it.

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  19. Probably the smell of Johnson's baby cologne. It reminds me of my younger years because my mom always applied it on me.

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  20. Probably freshly baked cookies - reminds me of my grandmother's house.

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