#MySundaySnapshot – Dazzling Daffys 04/52 (2021)

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Once again, we’ve been busy homeschooling the kids this week, part of which involved dissecting and identifying parts of flowers that we were sadly lacking. Thankfully my mother came to the rescue and brought us some beautiful roses and these delightful daffodils, some of which J cut to pieces as part of his work but I’ve since been left with these beautiful, bright, and dazzling daffodils which are really cheering up my dab and dreary kitchen.

Not only have we been busy with homeschool but both Paul and I have been trying our best to work whilst also dealing with my recent medical procedure (which I’ll write about once I know more myself) and to top it all off, My Mothers properties (not just one house but two) both flooded thanks to an incident with United Utilities.

Considering the fact that we’ve already gone through horrendous heartbreak over these past few months, this week has been difficult to say the very least. Seeing what was my Dad’s home flooded with water, his furniture, equipment, and treatment room completely ruined was just another blow.

#MySundaySnapshot - Dazzling Daffys 04/52 (2021)

I was hoping that by 2021 I would be able to make use of the two days that I no longer work to sit and to write in the peace of an empty house, so far I haven’t really had so much as an hour to myself since the year began -there is certainly no time to sit and to relax nor any peace for that matter…

So it may be a little early in the year for daffodils but I’m delighted to display some brightness and cheer during such desperate and dismal times.

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  1. sarahmo3w
    January 24, 2021 / 7:19 am

    Oh my goodness, I’m so sorry to hear you are having such a horrendous time. The flooding must have really been the straw that broke the camel’s back.
    The daffodils are beautiful. I’ve got some too – my mum bought them for me!

  2. January 24, 2021 / 10:44 am

    A lot of people seem to suffering at the moment, we have to keep in mind that this is the worst time of year for depression and we are never alone. I’m so cheered by seeing your daffodils today. Take Care x

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