My mother in law was released from the hospital yesterday. On her trip back from the hospital she enjoyed looking at the flowering trees and other flowers.
Sometimes we lose sight of what the important things are, such as the ability to just step out and watch the flowers. To smell, and to touch.
Today, I am sharing some pictures I took yesterday evening, during the "golden hour", in my front and side yards.
Tuesday tulips. I don't remember their names, but I believe they were developed, years ago, by Cornell.
Still more daffodils.
There are so many flowers opening and closing in the past week or so - it seems like they are passing by at super-speed.
Today, why don't you watch or touch a flower, while you can?