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A scent perfect for everyday wear that smells fresh and feminine. Meant to smell like the scent
of a springtime forest with opening notes of lotus, rose water and freesia with a base of musk,
sandalwood, amber seed and cedarwood.
A rise of different and the breath of fresh cold air. That is what Maya remembers on the first
day of spring. She remembers meeting up with her friends beside the once frozen lake to have
a walk and exchange stories. She remembers seeing the birth of new plants beneath the
remains of snow. A birth of different colors emerging from the white melting snow. She
remembers the relaxing feeling when she hears the sound of different birds singing in the trees.
The heat of the sun that touches her skin which makes her feel warm and cozy and the
sparkling water of the rivers that was once ice. Maya never forgets the first day of spring for
this is the day where a new life starts.
Ribbon Color:Grey: Brain Cancer
My wife Robyn was diagnosed with grade 4 brain cancer when she had just turned 50. After
getting a diagnosis like that, you just go into shock for the first couple of days, then you start
thinking about how things will change, you evaluate your life and what you need to do to help.
Robyn was pragmatic and realistic and wanted to get everything on the table while she was
well enough. She wanted to make it as easy as possible on the kids – she was very brave in that
regard. I looked ahead and knew there would be different stages and tried to work out how to
prepare. I found support groups, both over the phone through Cancer Council and a local face-
We were both working at the time of her diagnosis. Because it was brain cancer, Robyn knew
her thinking processes would be affected and that it would be dangerous to keep working, so
that was the immediate concern. After four or five weeks, I decided to leave work too because I
knew Robyn would need support every day.
While you are going through this experience, you find the strength to manage. I had to take
care of the medications, all the appointments, keep track of symptoms, keeping an eye on
Robyn as she was moving about in case she needed assistance. It was really hard to see her
struggle physically − she had been very strong in sports all her life, it’s just a hard thing to
understand. – Ross
1oz, 2oz, 4oz