Friday, 2 March 2012

Daisy


I feel sure her name must be Daisy.  She makes me think of balmy summer days.  I used to make endless daisy chains as a child though daisy's looks much more substantial than the ones I used to make.  It was such fun that I persuaded my father to leave the daisies in the garden.  Even now I like to see them growing in lawns.

This is a post for Postcard Friendship Friday hosted on Beth Niquette's blog The Best Hearts are Crunchy.

12 comments:

  1. I agree! She must be Daisy :)

    As a child, I used to go with father sometimes when he would find grazing places for our cow. My regret is I never ever experienced milking a cow.

    Happy weekend!

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  2. Sheila, hello my friend. I am sorry I have not been by but health issues have detoured me a little here. I have a cracked tail bone now so I don't sit for too long.

    BUT I wanted to come see you and tell you personally what is happening, and tell you that I LOVE the new look and I also love the picture of Daisy.

    God bless,
    Jodi

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  3. Good cow card. I do have several.

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  4. goodness, i'd forgotten about daisy chains...thank you for reminding me...and happy PFF!

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  5. I knew a cow named Daisy ... way back when I was about 5 years old! Thanks for the memory! Happy PFF!

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  6. What a sweet looking cow. You want to reach out and pat her head.

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  7. Lovely! I am sure her name is Daisy, too. LOL What a wonderful post. The postcard is great--takes me back.

    Happy PFF!

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  8. It took me a while to spot the daisy connection, but I finally did.

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  9. Definitely a Daisy! And what wonderful memories of daisy chains. We used to make them into necklaces and crowns and run around as children of "Mother Nature". Thank you for bringing me back!!!

    Happy PFF!

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  10. I'm a fan of daisies too! And buttercups, roses and sunflowers. I love cows, they are such peaceful creatures.

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