This morning I had to drive a couple of hours, back and forth to the Endocrinologist.
It is that time of the year in AZ when the AC has to be on in the car at pretty much every time of the day.
The car I drive is over 17 years old, and had suffered my smoking abuse for 15 years before I quit.
The smell seems to be related to the AC, the car no longer smells like tobacco. But since this morning, wherever I am, it seems I smell the same stale, disgusting old tobacco smell. I smelled it in the Dr's office, at the grocery store, and now in the house, trying to concentrate on my work, and not being able to. I even sprayed some of good perfume on me, in the hopes it will go away.
Should I be concerned?
Is something happening in my lungs, trachea, causing it?
Any of you experienced it?
Or is it just the memories of smoking creating "real" sensations, and I should try to ignore it, let it go, let it go, let it go???
Daniela 825 DOF