My husband exclaimed, ‘don’t they know what amber means!’ as we encountered a second car speed through another set of traffic lights.
Another Amber Gambler*!
It was late afternoon on Monday, we were returning with a lime green, lemongrass zest fragrant candle from Dusk candle and homewares store. The advertising boasts ‘A refreshing mix of aromatic lemongrass, zingy citrus fruits and verbena for an exotic, uplifting fragrance. ‘ Close up my husband says it smells like creosote. Luckily when caught on a waft it smells devine.
This is the chosen aroma for our open house scheduled for Saturday morning from 8:45 am. Our home is officially on the market!
Fingers crossed the sale will be the green light for us to move on to the next chapter of our antipodean adventure.
*According to Wikipedia, ‘Amber Gambler is a metaphorical phrase and the title of a British public information film from the 1970s, about the dangers of speeding through traffic lights before the amber changes to red “when there is ample time to stop”, or in advance of it turning to green.