Translate

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Yellow #AtoZChallenge #WordlessWednesday

This, I believe, is the second time I've chosen the color yellow as the focus of my Y post for the Blogging from A to Z Challenge.

I don't mind the repeat, because yellow, in some ways, is my favorite spring color.

Why?  Maybe because there is so much of it.  The forsythias are starting to fade, but our cold spring has kept them going since the first week of April.

And then there are daffodils.

A flower in my shade yard which I've forgotten the name of.


Or pansies.  I made a hanging basket with these yesterday.

Early tulips in my yard
This daffodil is from a past year.
Not mine

Yes, I think flowers are so beautiful, especially spring yellow flowers.  And using "Y" was a way to sneak them in, I admit.

We need a bit of yellow cheer in our lives now, don't we?

"Y" day in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge.  My theme "America the Beautiful".

Also joining up with Sandee for #WordlessWednesday.

Only one more day to go!

13 comments:

  1. Love he picture of the daffodil!

    ReplyDelete
  2. You're right. Yellow is SO cheery!
    And I love daffodils. The cheeriest of all!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Lovely flowers! Daffodils are my favorites!
    Y is for Young

    ReplyDelete
  4. Yellow's just so nice and spring-y, isn't it?

    ReplyDelete
  5. I do love yellow. (I love orange more, but yellow goes well with orange.)

    ReplyDelete
  6. Yellow is a happy color. Beautiful shades of yellow.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

    ReplyDelete
  7. Lovely. I only have a few daffodil blooms this year.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Your a way head of me, when it comes to flower bloom

    ReplyDelete
  9. These photos are great -- so sunny and hopeful. Our daffodils are already gone in NYC, but tulips have taken their place. Have we ever appreciated flowers so much as during the C19 quarantine?

    ReplyDelete
  10. Alana,

    Our daffodils and forsythia bloom in mid-to-late February. I expected the daffodils to be gone by March but the forsythia generally hang around until mid-March but that wasn't the case this year. They peaked early and what really surprised was the dogwood did the same. We usually have a few weeks into April to enjoy the dogwood blooms. It's been a strange, strange spring all the way around!


    Cathy's Pinup Girl Art Sketch Series 'Y'

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for visiting! Your comments mean a lot to me, and I appreciate each one. These comments are moderated, so they may not post for several hours. If you are spam, you will find your comments in my compost heap, where they will finally serve a good purpose.