Rambling edits of a novice gardener in the Pacific Northwest
Beautiful picture! I hope you or whoever is sick feels better soon!!
The raindrops add a delicate touch to an already delicate bud. Get well soon.
Oh no, sorry you are sick! I like your rainy daffodil. No apologies needed, everyone needs a break from relentless blogging sometimes! :) Wordless Wednesday is my ace in the hole a lot of weeks. Nice to just let the picture speak for itself and not have to say anything. Hope you feel better soon! (The verification word is "syche," which looks like Old English or something for sick, appropriately)
I hope you are feeling better soon. The raindrops add so much to that shot!
Lovely picture, and very expressive. Hope things improve for you soon.
lovely picturehope the illness passes soonK
Sickness is not allowed! May your house be restored to 100% health in the name of Jesus!!
Well I hope you are feeling well very soon--and that your daffodil stands up straight and blooms it's little heart out;-)
What a lovely picture. I love rain drops on blooms.Hope everything is well soon.
Hope you feel better soon!
Catherine: Thanks. Hopefully I can get out tomorrow to check on it. I'll shoot you an email about next week, too.Grace: I enjoy these daffodils because they're a calmer yellow. I really need to move them from their hidden corner along the side of the house.Karen: The verification has been quite apropos on several occasions. Thanks for the note on the beans, too. I never would have known. Such an amateur am I!Tessa: I believe I'm on the up. Just a stuffy/runny nose. How that always happens I'll never know.Aerie-el: Thanks. Getting better already I think!Karen: I'm getting there. A full day of rest does wonders!Darla: I blame the spouse. He came home achy the other day. Even if I did have a scratchy throat he all achy and stuff.Jan: You make a good point, my daffs never are straight. Is that normal?Hocking Hills: Rain adds a wonderful element to photos. At least that's what I tell myself living in Seattle. Thanks for the well-wishes.Molly: I hope to have it beat soon. Thanks.A big heartfelt thank you to everyone who stopped by and wished me well. It's much appreciated!
I love the newly emerging daffodils...they look so wonderfully spring-like. We are having a lot of spring rain...it has greened up the lawns and gardens...makes everything look fresh. gail
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