I was appalled to realize how many glass Air Wick air fresheners my family goes through—-and has gone through! Years and years of unnecessary waste in landfills!—so I highly recommend this.
I was filled with panic when I saw all of those glass vials in the trash (similar to the inarticulable panic that I felt when I really thought about what chemicals might be in my Panera apple/vegetables-and-fruits-that-we-consume-in-general). Fortunately Google had my back upon searching “Reuse Air Wick.”
This has been like the year of Death. My next door neighbor, Jim, passed away, my Mama-la (maternal grandmother) passed away, my other next door neighbor, Peggy, recently passed away. It’s been extremely sad and nothing dredges up my former life as a water fountain like a funeral. Funerals are awful, terrible events that people only subject themselves to out of love. (Truly, as soon as I stepped foot in the church my first thought was to ask myself why I was there. Sadness is uncomfortable!) But it takes a village to raise a kid and I was lucky and honored that Jim, Peg, and my grandmother were in mine.