"Everything is held together with stories. That is all that is holding us together, stories and compassion."
What a wonderful picture to look at on such a gray Northern Indiana Day!
I was so happy to see the daffodils blooming while I was home! Miss you guys!
Seeing daffodils is like Santa giving out th first fit of Christmas in "The Polar Express." Yippee!!!!! Nice haiku :).
The first gift.... Geesh. Atrocious typos.P.S. thank you for all your kind comments on Live Write Teach :). So helpful!
Love the use of the word "banish"! I spied one on my walk, but yours are bigger and bolder. Beautiful!
You have real blooms. I got the flower picture from Google images. I use a lot of my own, but sometimes Google is a great help. I love haiku. Need to do that, too. With everyone' posts, I'm coming up with more ideas each day. Love "burst" and "banish."
Banish the winter, indeed! Those daffodils look like such a welcome sight.
Our daffodils are weeks away. Thanks so much for sharing this burst of spring!Catherine
I love the picture and agree with others about the power behind the word banish in this particular slice. Our tulips look like they will be coming up soon.