My Sunday Photo 2018 – Daffodil Season

I walk to school or nursery every single day at least once, usually three times, and it’s a great way for me to start taking in my local area and noticing habits. Suddenly over the past week I have started to see shoots of little flowers emerging from their beds. For me, it’s a sign that Spring and warmer, longer days are approaching.

To mark this joyous news (for me more than anyone else probably) I bought some £1 daffodils from the supermarket this week to add a bit of colour to my living room. I later realised that daffodils are one of the flowers poisonous to cats, so they’ve been moved to a high place that I hope the cats cannot reach…


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  1. Beautiful !!
    These yellow daffodil are looking so pretty 🙂

  2. A pop of yellow certainly brightens up a day. #MySundayPhoto

  3. That really is a sign that Spring’s not far off! Lovely shot! 🙂 #sundayphoto

  4. I have been trying to walk to school a little more often as we are just over a mile away but we have to walk along a very busy road which is quite scary with three little ones. Loving the daffodils though 🙂 #MySundayPhoto

  5. We saw some wild daffodils this week – we literally couldn’t believe how early they sprouted!

  6. Daffodils are such a jolly flower! Can’t wait to see more of them around x #MySundayPhoto

  7. Ahh! I bought some daffodils too….Mine are just starting to bloom. I really love them. They do cheer the house up x

  8. I love daffodils and miss watching them grow here in Florida. I always buy them in the spring

  9. I love daffodils, they brighten up the whole house.

    Thank you for linking up

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