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Poetically correct.

November 11, 2010
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Eureka! I spoke with Brad at Worthwhile in Charleston, SC and he shared the name of the perfume in question via my previous post. The scent referenced is “Winter 1972” created by Christopher Brosius of CB I Hate Perfume. A delicious description from his website:

“A field of untouched new fallen snow, hand knit woolen mittens covered with frost, a hint of frozen forest and sleeping earth.”

Unearthing this memory made me think about another treasure I discovered at Worthwhile. It was a leather poet’s cuff designed by Jeanine Payer. My husband surprised me with it for one of our anniversaries. There are two inscriptions on the leather piece which is reversible:

“When your bow is broken and your last arrow spent, then shoot, shoot with your whole heart.” – Zen saying

“One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

Somehow, I feel just a bit stronger when I wear the cuff. CB, I have a new scent idea for you “Wandering in Charleston 2004 and still remembering it today 2010. Thank you. Thank you.”

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  1. Anna Mac permalink
    November 11, 2010 8:04 pm

    Wowza! Marabou shared this site with me, too! Ahhh what olfactory delights. 🙂

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