I was going to blog tonight, but after a day of editing, writing emails, and feeling particularly grumpy about the rain all day long, I don’t have the motivation to do it. I’ll be taking part in the “Meet My Character” blog tour in the very near future, but I just don’t have the brainpower tonight. So instead, I will leave you with a new vocabulary word very pertinent to this Washington rain that’s been pouring down nonstop since before the sun came up:
The pleasant smell that rises with the first rainfall after a long, warm dry spell. Originates in the 1960s, built from petro (relating to rocks) and ichor (the blood of Greek gods).
Also, the name of the perfume that Amy Pond models for.
Oh my gosh, that is such a great word!! I need to use it at some point. Thank you for sharing it! 🙂
It’s become one of my favorites! I’m glad I could share the awesomeness. 🙂
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There’s actually a word for that? Wonderful! Thank you for sharing it!
Glad to be of service 🙂 I’ve been working it into conversation at every opportunity since I discovered it.