My day? Your day? Any day!

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:33 AM in , ,
My mother's friend brought these and their amazing colour and scent brighten my day, our day, today!

Happy 8th of March, a sunny spring day which by chance is declared woman's day. Enjoy and smile!



Lovely daffodils..Happy Woman's Day!

Dearest Claudia;
Wow, what a beautiful daffodils♡♡♡ Getting a bit warmer now here in my area, my friend.
Happy woman's day☆☆☆

Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

I love daffodils they are such a beautiful flower.

There is something so cheerful about daffodils

Hi Claudia,
Nice to be here, I am here via A to Z blog page,
Good to know that you registered for this years challenge.
A Warm Welcome Abroad.
Hey, I just noticed that you haven't embedded a to z logo at your sidebar. kindly do it.
Have a happy blogging time ahead.
Keep informed.
Best Regards
Philip of philipscom http://www.pvariel.com

Daffodils remind me so much of my childhood. I don't see them in Texas but saw many in Oregon last month when visited! I can almost smell them! The A to Z challenge sounds great! Keeps you writing! Which you do wonderfully and consistently!

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