THEIR HEADS WERE HEAVY from the overnight downpour in southwest BC. It was a cold March this year and the daffodils that arrived late were a sudden burst of yellow outside my door.
Buttery bright and a gardner's delight, they never fail to appear ...
dangling like bells from the weight of the raindrops.
More daffodils opened up later that day at Elgin Heritage Park. They were planted by a bench ... perhaps in memory of a loved one who had passed.
Their sunny color mingled with the drab shrubbery left by winter. The flowers were a welcomed sight along puddle strewn pathways.
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