Have you heard of a cinnamon broom?
If you haven’t, it’s okay – I only recent learned of their existence.
The other day, when S brought me home some surprises, I failed to mention one. This is because I hadn’t discovered it at the time I wrote the post.
I got in my car to go to work, and my car smelled like cinnamon, similar to red hot candies. I could not figure it out. I looked in my door, in the center console, in the backseat, and on the rear-view mirror, (all while driving of course), but I didn’t see anything.
When I got to work, I parked, got out, and opened the back door, determined to look under my seat.
This is what I saw:
I texted S to ask him why there was a Nimbus 2000 under my seat.
He explained that it was a cinnamon broom, used for fragrance.
It’s not exactly small:
But it smells so lovely.
Behind The Scenes:
I went outside to take a picture of the cinnamon broom in my car. My dog, Katie, wanted to come, so I let her out with me.
Katie loves riding in the car. So when I opened the door, she jumped right in:(She’s a miniature schnauzer with a bad haircut that I gave her. Isn’t she adorable?)
She was so excited to be in the car, I took her for a ride.
Up the driveway.
To the mailbox.
She was thrilled.