Everyday we get closer to spring! My ex-pat friend, Janet, who lives in County Clare, Ireland, teases with news of daffodils up and blooming in her neighborhood. I resorted to buying 2 small bunches of daffodils at the supermarket this week. I took a photo, which you see below. The daffs came with a tag that read, "This bouquet of daffodils was hand picked and flown to you from the fertile green fields of England." I assumed they were from down south or Mexico, but flown in from England? I never would have thought it. So, I went online and found this: "The UK is the largest volume producer of daffodils and narcissi."
Last Sunday I promised myself I wouldn't post any more poems about snow or cold. This is a good start. I have next week's haiga ready to go, and that one is connected to no season at all!