Green Shoots of Recovery


Tonight is the Winter Solstice - when the North Pole is at its furthest from the sun and we have our longest night. In spite of Christmas to come, it's easy to feel quite gloomy at this time of year. So I'm glad I found these daffodils poking through the frosted leaves today, as a reminder of better (and lighter) days to come.

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  1. I'm saving the bulb hunting trip for after Christmas-I know they'll be there by then. It's great to see the new shoots.

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