Are You Ready For Fragrance Day?
Can somebody please tell me why Fragrance Day is always on March 21st?
Now don't go and put up a stink about today. Today is Fragrance Day and I am giving everyone enough time to take advantage of it. It is supposed to be a great smelling day. The olfactory nerves in your nose will enjoy this special day. That is unless you start your day in a gym! Ladies in particular, will enjoy today because they just love perfumes. I know that is true, I am sorta partial to Corral #6. And guys, you've gotta admit that your gal's perfume attracts you to her.
Perfumes have been in use for hundreds of years. In ancient times, they were used to hide body odors. At the time, baths were infrequent. After a few days, things began to smell less than ideal. Perfumes played an important role in making the atmosphere more palatable. Today, the daily shower eliminates the bad odors. But, we still like the smell and attraction of perfume.
Now let’s not forget about men’s colognes and aftershave lotions. We have moved far away from the days that Old Spice was the law of the land. There are so many out there I don’t know how a man can choose what he wants to smell like. It is so confusing I just ask the wife to take me to the right aisle and put a blindfold on me, spin me around three times and let me go. Whatever I pick out is what I use until the next trip.
Celebrate today by buying some perfume or cologne for yourself, or as a gift for someone. Make sure to put on just the right amount of perfume or cologne. Overpowering perfume ruins the value of the fragrance to the "sniffer".
Also, check your room deodorizers, and replace them with a new fragrance, if needed.
Plant of the Day: Lavender.... what a lovely fragrance!!
Favorite Fragrance Day Movie: Scent of a Woman
Don Rogers is a licensed REALTOR® in Missouri. I specialize in St. Charles County Missouri and have called O Fallon MO my home since 1993. If you are looking to buy or sell or you are relocating to the area and would like information about the St Charles County MO area do not hesitate to give me a call at 314-954-6775 or if you would prefer to send me an email.