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    • Thank you for the birthday wishes! I’d love to enter you in the competition, but are a few steps you need to take to enter the giveaway… Please let me know which country you’re in, follow the blog (click on “follow” to find out how) and tell me about a scent memory from your childhood. Thanks so much 🙂

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      • I have a very fond memory of the scent from lilies of the valley. It makes me think of when I was a little girl playing outside in the summer with my mom. I have never smelled anything quite like them.

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