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52 Fridays, Week 4: "Signs"

This week, our theme was signs......... While winter is still all around us, these daffodils are always our first sign that Spring is right around the corner. As they find their way above ground through the piles of dead leaves, they are a sign of life and warm days to come. My husband's father planted these daffodils when my husband was in highschool. He lost his dad a year before I met him, so I never got to meet my father-in-law. But it sounds like he was a great man and father! So, every year at this time, my husband gets to look outside our kitchen door at the gift his dad left for him.........a memory he will always cherish.






Now, head on over to Shea's Parker's blog and check out her adorable "signs" photos!

10 comments:

Jessi said...

I love spring! I can't wait to see a little green coming up! It is my most favorite time of year! Thanks for the reminder that winter won't last forever!

Hannah said...

Ooh wonderful shot!

Krista said...

Loved your story....so very cool. What a cool gift he left for your husband. Your picture and frame are awesome...great sign!

Shauna said...

Oh I love that story.. gorgeous! It's a looOoOng way off for anything sprouting in my garden, so it's nice to see some green :)

Jayme Franklin said...

Absolutely love your interpretation, and such a wonderful gift to have.

Gigi said...

What a beautiful memory to have! My hubby was never able to meet my Mom either. I'm sure his father would have LOVED you! Great interpretation. Spring is right around the corner!

The Rancher's Wife Kate said...

I can't believe you are already seeing green! We will be covered with snow for awhile. :)
Beautiful picture!

TOLIVER FAMILY said...

Luv this...thx for sharing your stories

Lisa Turner said...

Umm....wow! What can I say. Amazing shot. I love tulips and daffodils when they start to show up in spring.

Kelly W said...

The things we leave behind....

Although I live where we rarely completely lose green (this winter being one of the exceptions!)I am constantly on the lookout for the new signs of spring peeking out. Love it!

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