Friday, April 10, 2009

April 10


It's another sunny day here, but with a chilly wind. When I went for my walk this afternoon I saw these cheerful daffodils were blooming. The property they are on was owned by an elderly man who passed away a few years ago. He loved to work outside and spent a lot of time working on the wooded area next to his home. He made trails through the woods and planted lots of bulbs and different bushes. He would be happy to see that his daffodils are still blooming!

12 comments:

Shauna said...

Hope you have a beautiful Easter weekend! ♥ HUGS ♥

Cindy said...

I love this time of year because of the plots of daffodils that spring up everywhere (heehee-pun not intended)! I'll bet your neighbor would be thrilled to see the flowers looking so nice!

Cherdecor said...

I love the bright yellow ones like these! When they are in their natural setting, it is just the best.

TJ said...

Those are beautiful. I always think how much God loves colors - as he created so many of them, especially for flowers.

sara said...

beautiful!!

Christina said...

Happy, sunny daffodils!

Dot O said...

So beautiful Mari! My daffodils are all just starting to open.

I took a neat pick of a weed on my neighbor's lawn today but forgot to grab the memory card out of the camera to load it on to my laptop. I'll probably make it tomorrow's photo of the day.

I really like the signs of spring we are getting now. I think the white stuff is now a thing of the past.

Sujomi (SuzyH) said...

Daffodils = spring and warmer weather. I love seeing them. Great photo!

Brenda said...

Beautiful, especially since yellow is my favorite color. I don't think we're going to get blooms this year, even supposed to snow tonight.
Happy Easter!

bentonflocke said...

Beautiful memory!! And a great spring shot!!! Wish you a wonderful Easter weekend!!

Oz Girl said...

Lovely photo... I love daffodils and sunflowers, such happy and cheerful flowers, they seem to be smiling!

Susan said...

We all should strive to leave something lasting after we are gone.
Susan