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Easter Means Daffodils

--by lewski711, posted Apr 21, 2017
I love this time of the year. Easter means daffodils. I bought three bunches today to leave on unsuspecting cars in grocery store parking lots (with Smile Cards), but I only left two on windshields.

I brought the last bunch home for my wife, who was delighted.

#AprilRAOK #BeKindToOneAnother

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Madronaman wrote: Reminds me of that cranberries song that ends cheerfully, "and the daffodils look lovely today! "
andicas wrote: I bet she was! I love daffodils. So cheery!
andicas wrote: I bet she was! I love daffodils. So cheery!
autumnsky38 wrote: Beautiful and love that you did that!
balou wrote: You probably made (at least) three peole smile widely! :-)
lt33 wrote: Wow that's great way to spread some cheer to others on a busy holiday time
mindyjourney wrote: Love those cheery flowers and the bouquet of giving. Thank you!
Mish wrote: Daffodils are full of sunshine & cheer โ˜€๏ธ๐Ÿ‘
healingtree wrote: Daffodils are the Welsh national flower---very important and symbolic here, "full of sunshine and cheer", as Mish said so aptlyโค๏ธ*โœถ*ยจโœฟโ˜€๐ŸŒปโ˜†๐Ÿ˜Šโ˜† โ˜€โ˜†๐ŸŒปโ˜†
leoladyc728 wrote: so very kind of you. The flowers are so happy looking

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