Welcome to my blog. I am Cuby, I hope you enjoy everything you see and read here.
Everything appearing here is my own work written or photographed in Cornwall where the beautiful landscape continues to inspire me.
Lovely verse and flowers.I will look for some this weekend.
Out on the prairie: There are crocus out in the garden but no daffs so these were a treat.
Daffodils are such a sunny, cheery flower. (Which might be why I have planted so many over the years.)Beautiful post. Thank you.
A nice verse. I am always so glad when I smell the scent of the first daffs. They come early in the year but are always a reminder that brighter days are on the way. Definitely a good accompaniment to some "laffs" with friends!
The Elephants Child: I intend to plant more this autumn but as I have a small garden it is limited.
Jenny Woolf: Sadly the daffs are looking wilty but friendship doesn't!
Pretty daffodils (if a little past their best) and a nice verbal illustration of the day.
Happy yellow daffs make the conversation merrier. They are sings of spring which is almost around the corner!Have a great week!keiko
what lovely daffodils, such a nice splash of colour!
Beautiful :-)It is always nice to have friends visit.
Lovely. I really miss daffodils!
Al: Glad you liked the little ditty!
snowwhite: They do cheer up everybody
Crafty Green Poet: Their bright yellow always welcome.
CherryPie: It certainly is and when they bring daffs even better.
Welshcakes; I understand that feeling.
John: How true.
A lovely verse to support such lovely flowers and a really nice new header shot Claire.
Daffs, friends, happy chat - three of the best things in life!
Roy: The verse was just about that one day which was a particularly good one.
Vintage Jane: I do so agree.
Love this! and I also love "daffs!"
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