Saturday, March 19, 2011

first comes yellow

Spring break was wonderful -- just that short period of time away from the whirl of classroom sessions was a respite. Not that I wasn't working the whole week on grading exams, keeping up with my on-line classes, and writing a book chapter. But any change in pace is appreciated. The only truly negative side of spring break is that all the campus flowers bloomed while we were gone. At least the daffodils were still bright to welcome us back.

The thing I like most about spring has been the regular progression of color. The first thing is always the forsythia and the daffodils - brilliant yellow to ward off the doldrums of winter.


Geraldine said...

A progression of color indeed. I love daffodils! Years ago I lived on Daffodil Crescent, isn't that a great name for a street?

Thanks for sharing Sue.

Maggie May said...

Yes...... lovely bright, sunny yellow. It compensates for the lack of sunshine.
Maggie X

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