Heart Art and Daffodils

I was surprised to spot a whole heart and half a heart beside the road to the stop sign. There were dried weeds waving above this scene, and I guess that’s where the hearts dropped from.

Back home, I took a photo of my entire crop of daffodils and a close-up for people who can’t see very well.

41 thoughts on “Heart Art and Daffodils

  1. I can’t believe you have full grown flowers like that. So beautiful against the grey background. Are you now calling that a hart-y walk for the morning? Or at least good for the heart? Nature is awesome.

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          1. Yes, that didn’t make sense to me at all. They lied about this morning – we did not get wintry precip with more ice as it was too warm, but when I ran out to run the car, the icy glaze was still there. It only affected me, not the mailman, though I’ve told him before if it is icy after I shovel or suddenly, to deliver it the next day. No mail I get is THAT important.


              1. I’ve often wondered if I should just go to the Post Office and tell them it is okay for the carrier to skip me in bad weather – maybe he’s afraid of losing his job. I get about 1% legitimate mail and often mail for my father, though he’s been gone from here since 1993.


                  1. You think they would point to a sign that is probably hanging in the post office that is their motto: “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”


  2. Hi Anne – can you access this link? A friend on Facebook who reads my blog because I send her each post asked to see my garden. I made a link. In the bottom right-hand side if you click the orange “i” it tells the name … I thought you might like to see the pics. This is how it looked in 2010 – it sure does not look like that now. Sigh.


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