Happy Friday and happy Kebab Day! It's also Henry David Thoreau's birthday, aka Simplicity Day, and that's our community project for today: do absolutely whatever you like with the Simplicity Day theme. (And a link I would have included earlier in the week had I seen it in time: Thoreau: "The country knows not yet, or in the least part, how great a son it has lost." by Ralph Waldo Emerson, from the August 1862 issue of The Atlantic.)
What fragrance did you pick? As always, do chime in with your scent of the day even if you’re not participating in the community project.
I am wearing unscented lotion mixed with a few drops of Frankincense oil and a few drops of Sweet Orange Oil.
Reminder: on 7/19, wear a fragrance by Jo Loves, Jack Perfumes, Jardins D’Écrivains, Jul et Mad or Juliette Has A Gun, if you have one. Partial credit for any other small-ish brand that starts with the letter J.
And for those of you who like to plan ahead, see Scent of the day ~ Friday community projects 2019, where I'll try to always have the next five or six weeks mapped out in advance.
Note: top image is 050506 Walden Pond_008 [cropped] by Tom Stohlman at flickr; some rights reserved. The stone plaque is at Walden, and says Beneath these Stones lies the Chimney Foundation of Thoreau's Cabin 1845-1847 "Go thou my incense upward from this hearth"; the quote is taken from Thoreau's poem Smoke.