We’re all in our places (finally)!

Posted: May 5, 2018 in Six-Word Saturday
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Somewhere in my childhood, I learned the little rhyme:
We’re all in our places with bright shiny faces.

I had to finagle a bit to get six words for Six-Word Saturday, but the “finally” is heartfelt! I’ve been waiting a long time for the beauties to bloom and then there they were in all their bright, cheerful glory.Β  Ahh, the joy of spring!

  1. Su Leslie says:

    Beautiful πŸ˜€

  2. Things of beauty πŸ€—

  3. Gorgeous. They always remind me of happy faces which makes me smile. πŸ™‚

  4. Dan Antion says:

    Nicely done (and beautiful) Janet.

  5. pommepal says:

    So cheerful, they make me smile

  6. Ron. says:

    Still no bloomers here, but at least things are greening.

  7. Oh, I love them!! Daffodils will always remind me of my mom!

  8. Spectacular colors on the daffodils. Your 6 words express a great deal.
    Lovely, Janet. Have a blessed weekend.
    Isadora 😎

  9. Beautiful Daffies, Janet. I remember that rhyme & cannot pinpoint when, either.

  10. Ah, daffodils – my favourites. πŸ™‚

  11. restlessjo says:

    Don’t they look happy? πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ I was at an arboretum yesterday, with a carpet of daffs and bluebells.

  12. anne leueen says:

    lovely daffodils! I always like to see them as they remind me that the short days and cold are over and we move on. And the whole thing of planting bulbs is a ritual every autumn for me as it is my way of saying I will still be alive in the spring to see them bloom!

    • I love daffodils in particular and spring blubs in general. They seem so bright and cheerful and as you say, a welcome to spring. Have a wonderful weekend.


  13. joey says:

    Wonderful! I love them! I’ve got daffy issues over here, Janet. The ones up by the house bloom early and stay happy for weeks, even through the snow. The ones on the edge of our lawn — only half bloom and late — for the 3rd year! I should mention they’re the same varieties. Three varieties, all in different spots. Just yesterday, the frilled yellow one opened. Most of the early bloomers (of his kind) are gone already. I don’t know what they’re doing, but I’m going to plant more up by the house and surround those others with spring bulbs of a different sort. Isn’t that peculiar? Makes me appreciate yours even more πŸ™‚

    • Ours are pretty much gone now, too. The rain did them in, I think. But they were quite sturdy and survived the extra weeks of cold, for which I’m very grateful!


  14. They’re so cheerful! Nicely played Janet!

  15. Beautiful! Spring is here!

  16. de Wets Wild says:

    Sure to brighten any day – it did mine!

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