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We are finally seeing signs of spring around here now. Winter was a long, harsh one this year. Even my boys started to complain about snow days. Because of all the snow days they are having to make up from now until the end of school they have to stay an extra 15 minutes per day plus have to go all the teacher work days.
Spring weather and spring break from school usually meant camping trips and travel with my mom and step dad. Beaches were our favorite spots but we didn't really care if we parked the RV at a beach or not just as long as we could enjoy time together outside. My boys love camping a lot and I am glad we could make memories with my parents while we could before the cancer came along.
Fishing, sitting around the camp fire, even sitting outside when it rained was fun for us. One of the new Febreze spring scents in rain. Even on days like last week when one day it was 80 degrees then two days later we had temperatures back in the 40's with gusting wind the Febreze rain scent through out my house made me smile as I thought about those spring day camping trips with my family when we would step out of the camper after the rain.
Scents from the new limited and special edition Febreze spring collection are Nectar, Sweet Pea Petals, Rain and Wildflower. You can find the spring scents at your local Walmart stores. You can bring the scent(s) of spring indoors with the Febreze spring scented Air Effects, NOTICEables, Fabric Refresher, candles, Set & Refresh, and even take a bit of spring on the go with the Car vent clips. We have tried the Rain scent and the Sweet Pea Petals scent. My car vent clip is about empty (lasts 30 days) and I want to try the Nectar scent in the van.
Do you have a scent that reminds you of spring? What comes to mind when you catch a whiff of that particular scent?