There are lots of reasons why I love living in the south, and one of them happens to be the mild winters that allow for the bloom of spring to begin to appear much sooner than it does in any other place where I’ve ever lived. Soon after the camellias bloom, the daffodils make their appearance.
And once the daffodils appear, you know that soon the azaleas and the wisteria will brighten the world.
(Yes, they are doing what you think they are doing. Not quite so exciting as the capture one of our Photo Friday participants managed, but you know…)
For the longest time, I didn’t realize that there are these different, wonderful kinds of daffodils. My grandma Conrad’s yard, my grandma Alex’s yard, all of the yards where I grew up only had the solid yellow daffodils. I love them all, but I think I still really love the solid yellow ones most – my first loves.
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