I've Got A Fever!?!?


Daffodil Dreams


It's spring fever. That is what the name of it is.
And when you've got it, you want - oh, you don't quite know what it is you do want,
but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!
~Mark Twain~




We are in the home stretch.
In a little over a month, the signs of spring will be plentiful.
I am eagerly awaiting that joyous occasion! Until then, I'll just self-medicate;
these roadside daffodils should do the trick.


Posted in Today's Flowers

32 comments:

  1. were you on MY ROAD!?!? you should have stopped to say hello!

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  2. yellow is my mom's favourite colour and daffodils remind me of her cheerfulness. enjoy the early spring treat...

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  3. i like the soft yellow color!

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  4. This is certainly a cheerful way to begin the week! Lovely.

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  5. thanks Jessica the daff is the national emblem of WALES.Great photo. POD.

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  6. is daffodil already blooming there? You are so lucky, is still pretty barren here. No sign of spring yet!

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  7. yellow daffodils reminds me of a beautiful sunny morning, nice shots!

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  8. I hear ya.. it must be contagious cause I have the same fever :) I love the yellow!!

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  9. Beautiful yellow daffodils are a sure sign of spring!!
    Great pictures!!

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  10. A lovely quote to match your beautiful golden Daffodil.

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  11. I don't mind having this kind of fever :-)

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  12. Thanks for the free background. I was looking for one. It is wonderful.

    Spring is in the air.
    Flowers are everywhere.

    Daffodils sway and children play.
    Its a wonderful way to spend a spring time day.

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  13. i got the fever too. some of the red bud trees are in bloom here - my all time favorite - and the forsythia too!

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  14. ...and the only prescription is more cowbell.

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  15. I am with you! Can't wait!

    Love this image, patiently waiting on my Argus so I can experiment on those spring flowers!

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  16. i just keep crossing my fingers hoping that it doesn't all get burnt back. NO more FROST. you hear me, God? my tulips have broken ground. it just CAN'T frost again!

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  17. My dad planted 180 daffodils on my front lawn. I'm not kidding. lol!

    But still, I prefer the winter months... *sigh*

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  18. Just gorgeous! I too, am longing for Spring and new beginnings!

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  19. Mmm flowers... soon, soon, soon! :-)

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  20. it must be spring Cody comes out of hibernation and makes a comment. he he he.

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  21. I saw them all weekend too! beautiful

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  22. Love this macro flower and the Mark Twain quote too. Many are currently afflicted with the same fever as you.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  23. Self medicating sounds like a good idea! I need me some spring. =)

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  24. Looking out the window at the snow, it is hard to imagine. Soon...

    Lovely picture!

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  25. I CANNOT wait.......I am holding my breath.

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  26. I long for that fever, I am tired of snow.

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  27. That's a beautiful shot. I have a little touch of spring fever myself.

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  28. Wonderful yellow flower!
    Thanks for posting!
    Come back every week and post marvelous flowers!

    Luiz

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  29. Boy do I have spring fever too! I am so looking forward to daffodils next month!

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  30. what a beautiful and inspirational blog you have. Thank you for stopping by so that I now get to check in on all of this!!!!!

    I am in FL so it's 75 right now and sunny and just beautiful. Thanks to this post I think I will go back outside and breathe it all in again.

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