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Depressed Daffodils and Sad, Little Tulips

By Kate_miller
Weather is a great metaphor for life - sometimes it's good, sometimes it's bad, and there's nothing much you can do about it but carry an umbrella. ~ Terri Guillemets
Depressed Daffodils and Sad, Little Tulips
This little gardener is in desperate need of some sunshine.
Depressed Daffodils and Sad, Little Tulips
I get so cranky with the false starts and stops of gardening in springtime. Wasn't it just last week that I was happily slathering on sunscreen and madly cleaning up the garden beds?
And, just that quick winter made a comeback.
Depressed Daffodils and Sad, Little Tulips
Each morning, I peer hopefully out the window only to be greeted by grey, rain clouds obscuring the mountains. Mother Nature having a giggle at our expense.
Depressed Daffodils and Sad, Little Tulips
Sweet spring bulbs try their level best to add cheer to these gloomy surroundings and I guess that's why we plant them. No matter the weather, they insist on doing a colorful job. But, just look at this gal...
Have you ever seen such a depressed Daffodil?
Depressed Daffodils and Sad, Little Tulips

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