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Sunday, December 31, 2006

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year and Best Wishes for 2007!

11 Comments:

Anonymous Andy said...

A happy New Year to you, Mr. C. and your beloved ones!

3:47 AM EST  
Anonymous Tamara said...

Happy New Year, dear M.! See you in 2007!

11:34 AM EST  
Anonymous bebasimo said...

A great 2007 for you and your family!
This year, you and other perfume bloggers, have given me the gift of entering and learning about that magic and marvelous world of perfume.

12:28 PM EST  
Blogger chaya ruchama said...

I wish you and yours a beautiful year-

Thank you for your friendship and humor, lovely one !

12:39 PM EST  
Anonymous Leopoldo said...

New Year joys heading your way on clouds of delicious sillage...

12:57 PM EST  
Blogger Christina H. said...

Happy New Year to you, little T & Mr. Colombina! Best wishes to you all!

2:20 PM EST  
Blogger Cait Shortell said...

Happy New Year! Thanks for your wonderful blog and fellowship. I love these Chanel photos you're using.

3:06 PM EST  
Blogger tmp00 said...

Happy New Year, and a prosperous, peaceful and fragrant 2007!

3:38 PM EST  
Anonymous anna said...

Happy New Year!!!

1:05 PM EST  
Blogger lilyofbp said...

Happy New Year to you, Mr. C., and little Miss C.! May all your wishes (fragrant or otherwise) come true!!!

3:25 PM EST  
Anonymous women perfume said...

The history of perfume goes back to Egypt, although it was prevalent in East Asia as well. Early perfumes were based

on incense, not chemicals, so aromas were passed around through fumes. The Roman and Islamic cultures further

refined the harvesting and manufacturing of perfumery processes to include other aromatic ingredients.

Thus, the ancient Islamic culture marked the history of modern perfumery with the introduction of spices and herbs.

Fragrances and other exotic substances, such as Jasmine and Citruses, were adapted to be harvested in climates

outside of their indigenous Asia.

8:36 AM EST  

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