Who hasn't had unfortunate cooking smells or other less than fresh odours in their home? Everyone, at one time or another, has purchased scented candles to freshen the great indoors. They tend to have fanciful names like Hawaiian Rain, Cinnamon Spice, or Green Apple.
The scented candle above is from Pretty Little Candle Lady out of Stony Plain, Alberta. I think they need to spend a little more on salaries of their product naming personnel. Grandma's Drawers? I kind of expected to see a companion candle - maybe Grandpa's Gonch but no, the Grandpa candle was called Grandpa's Workshop. When I'm next in Stony Plain, I will analyze each woman of a certain age, wondering if this could be the grandma whose drawers were the inspiration for the scented candle. There were a number of other candles from the same line with normal "yummy" names. Strangely, the big seller was Grandma's Drawers. The two candles you see in the picture were the last ones of that scent. Just for interests sake, the smaller candle retails for $12.95 and the larger Grandma's Drawers costs $18.95.
Neither my friend ( who first noticed the odd appellation) nor I purchased a candle, name not-with-standing.
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