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By Deborah Fulsang
30 DAYS OF FALL FRAGRANCE: AUTUMN SCENTS AND SUNSHINE ON A FALL DAY
The air is crisp, the sky a glorious shade of blue with those kind of white fluffy clouds that seem to carry away your stresses. You can smell the sun warming the damp leaves that have fallen from the oaks and the maples. There’s the slightest hint in the air of rotting fruit too; the windfall crab apples laying blackened and ruddy on the city sidewalks.
Damp ground, wet from dew that lingers well into the morning and from the rain that seems to fall more often post Labour Day. This is also an essence of this in the fall air.
Warm earth, sunshine, crisp fall air: Call it Eau d’Autumn and let’s bottle it.