Fair warning: you might leave Trina Traylor’s section at Macy’s smelling like a flower shop.
“You know the lady that’s following you around, trying to spray you with the perfume?” she said. “That's me.”
Traylor, 52, is a freelance fragrance specialist at a Macy’s store in Los Angeles.
She started working at Macy’s in 1994, when her daughter, Elyse, was four. Now, she’s 28, and they still live together.
“She pays half of the bills,” Traylor said. “She knows that if she moves out, her mom will be homeless.”