Post # 17
I think smell is one of my dominate senses. It stinks sometimes (no pun intended) because occasionaly it spoils my appetite.
- warm apple cider donuts or cider
- cinnamon sticks
- floral sents
- library books
Post # 18
Most perfumes/colognes/lotions/air fresheners/etc.and even some natural scents give me headaches, and I have a super sensitive sense of smell. My favorite scent by far is the smell of laundry in the air followed closely by chocolate chip cookies baking.
Post # 19
My ginormous lilac bush when it blooms. That means it is officially Spring for me.
Post # 20
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
Rain (specifically summer rain, when it’s all hot and the smell is much stronger)
Chocolate chip cookies baking
and babies! 🙂
Post # 23
I am super sensitive to smells so there are a lot more scents that I really can’t tolerate, but the ones I love are:
Garlic (garlic breath doesn’t even bother me.. weird?)
Bacon (even though I am vegetarian… you just can’t argue with this one)
Campfire (and really anything that smells like being at the lake)
My SO – even his sweat!
@mrsmdphd: I really want to go to New Mexico in the fall now! That sounds incredibly delicious.
Post # 24
I loooove the smell of campfires – totally takes me back to childhood family camping weekends.
Autumn smells – cinnamon, pumpkin spice, apple
Real christmas trees
fresh brewed coffee
banana bread baking in oven
armani acqua di gio (yummmmy – sometimes I like to put on the shirt he wore that day while we sit on the couch and relax before bed, just so I can smell him. weird, i know.) LOL
the top of my 11 mo. old nephew’s head 🙂 ahhh that baby smell!
Post # 25
-Absorbine (liniment for horses)
-FH’s old shampoo (they stopped making it and now he switched to slightly lesser smelling one)