It’s the last day of February, and the daffodils are in bloom. Perhaps there aren’t ten thousand visible at a single glance, but there are certainly a great number in all different spaces, from public parks and private gardens to pub yards and churchyards.
In view of the fact that tomorrow is St David’s day, I have been collecting photographs over the last week.
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Wet St David’s Day
on my windowsill
a jar of sunshine
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Firstly, some daffodils for St David’s Day:
Secondly, a Welsh castle:
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As always on March 1st, I have been thinking about daffodils. And that has driven me to A A Milne’s essay on favourite flowers. As he says:
A house with daffodils in it is a house lit up, whether or no the sun be shining outside. Daffodils in a green bowl–and let it snow if it will.
There is no snow forecast – though when did we ever believe a forecast? Whatever the weather, though, I have a jar of sunshine on my windowsill.
It’s St David’s Day, and they say
Tri chynnig i Gymro, so it seems appropriate to post three photos, all taken in Wales.
In every town and village
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