12 thoughts on “Jocund Company

  1. Those are beautiful! Tell us more about the photo! It’s snowing here in Chicago so I can’t imagine if those are blooming near you!

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    My back yard is a’bloom in daffodils, white and yellow, and even the crocus are coming up. Makes my eyes dance! My mother plants about 50-100 bulbs every year because she knows how to plant things in such a way to make them grow, whereas I do not.

    I like to send Sean outside with a pair of scissors and tell him to clip 5 or 6 daffodils and have him put them in a vase. He takes great care with this task. He feels like he has been given an important job! Tremendous fun. ~ AM

  2. Daffoldils! I love them all. Flowers. Spring. In Illinois they say we are to get 7-8 inches of snow in mid week. Hope they are wrong. They were about the last storm. I love flowers!

  3. Ah, ours are still to be seen, tho the little green leaf heads are poking thru the ground. Those are beautiful – tell Sean his job was even more important this time because he brought such sunshine to all of us 🙂

    My beloved gramma loved this little poem, and I can’t see a daffodil without a whole lotta loving memories: it isn’t raining rain to me, it’s raining daffodils, and every dimpled drop I see, wild flowers on the hill (I found a link and there are more words by Robert Loveman, funny she didn’t say the roses verse despite loving them) Thank you for the rush of memories – Happy Valentine’s!

  4. Daffodils are my favorite. . .all kinds of memories bound up in them from childhood. . .sounds like Sean and I will have something in common. 🙂

  5. As a former high school English teacher, you have spoken my language with the poetry of Wordsworth.
    And the pic – glorious!
    Come soon spring.
    Amy

  6. I love daffodils. We went to ireland and england years ago at Easter time. Daffodils and little baby lambs everywhere. So beautiful….

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