besides, the smell reminds me of my Grandmother…
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11 Comments Add yours
Such a lovely flower ..
Hi Julie, I do agree with you on the geranium. Thanks! ~amy
I always associate this flower with welcoming.
The geranium usually sits before many a door, so perhaps that is why you associate the smell to welcoming. Very cool, jr cline. ~amy
Yeah, me too! My granny had tones of these in pots all over her garden and stairs and window…..
Does the smell remind you of her? I remember as a child, i couldn’t stand the smell, now they smell bittersweet. ~amy
perfect connection of smell to person, all love, all good…
Thank you, yes. Funny that i thought they smelled terrible when I was a kid, to decide the memories that swamp my emotions & connect me to such a wonderful woman would occur only having lost her. Now the smell is a welcome blessing ~amy
Ha, ha, that is funny! I couldn’t stand the smell either, but I wasn’t sure to say something about it or not…so now I’m relieved you had the same reaction! :):):)
Love & memories change everything about past smells sometimes. 🙂 ~amy
We had a geranium we took out a bit early in the Spring and it lost its leaves. Nonetheless, the kept growing and soon there were blossoms on this nearly leafless plant. It still has very few leaves but has flowers and very green stems. I guess the stems catch enough energy to keep it going. 🙂