When I was at Elmwood, the wild lily-of-the-valley was blooming. Everywhere, in every small nook of every inch of the forest floor. They've become a springtime favorite at work, so it was extra nice to see them in their natural state, free for the smelling. If you've never smelled lily-of-the-valley, for my sake please add it to your list of things to do before you die. The smell is a wonderful combination of earthy and sweet, I could just eat them up.
I carried a few stems with me at all times and kept robotically lifting them to my nose to smell. In the canoe, in the car, by my bed, out to breakfast. I am happy to report that it's not possible to OD on flower smell. For the sake of humanity and to cover the lingering smell of burnt wallpaper, I tried.