Friday, 8 February 2013

A host of....

 
 
 
...Golden daffodils - don't you just love them?
 
 

 
I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o'er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
A host of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake, beneath the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.
 
Continuous as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the milky way,
They stretched in never-ending line
Along the margin of a bay;
Ten thousand saw I at a glance,
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.
 
William Wordsworth, 1770-1850
 
 
My daughter E gave these to me when I returned from hospital on Monday and they really did brighten my day. I just want to say a huge thankyou to all my dear blogging friends for all your kind thoughts and wishes for my recent eye surgery. All was well - I had my tear ducts syringed - and have a couple of black eyes to prove it!
 
Have a great weekend and be back soon
 
 



19 comments:

  1. Those daffs would definitely brighten any day! I'm glad to hear that your surgery went well although two blacks eyes probably isn't the best of looks! Sunglasses at the ready xxx

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  2. I shall look forward to getting some daffs in the near future, I love them.

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  3. Patricia, I'm glad you are well, and your eye is better!
    This poem goes pretty with these bright yellow daffodils. Take care!

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  4. Hi Patricia,

    I«m glad everything went well and hope you have a very quick recovery.

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  5. Those daffodils are lovely so glad you are recovering well from the operation and hope your black eyes soon disappear. Sarah x

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  6. Hello Patricia, I hope you are feeling better now, I'm glad the operation went well..Lovely daffodils..
    Have a nice weekend
    Erna x

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  7. So glad to hear the procedure went well and you are home safe & well..Beautiful daffodils enjoy!! Hugs May x x x

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  8. Glad you are back home Patricia and that the op went well. The daffs are really pretty.I have bought myself a bunch every week for the last month now, the scent fills the room and they are so pretty and sunny to look at.Enjoy the weekend and dont do too much!

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  9. Hello Patricia, I am delighted that you are home and that everything went well.
    No picture of the black eyes?
    Your are in my prayers.
    Love you . . . Sis.
    Connie :)

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  10. Lovely flowers, that's sounds very painful glad it went well.

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  11. So glad that the eye op went well and I hope the black eyes soon fade. The lovely daffodils were a thoughtful gift.

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  12. So glad things went well with your eye operation, the daffodils are lovely and look so pretty in your windowsill. I remember learning that poem at school:)

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  13. A wonderful reminder that spring will come at some point. :-) I'm glad your eye surgery went well and hope your black eyes will soon fade.

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  14. Dear Patricia..
    I hope that your eyes get better soon. A very sensitive op I can imagine.
    I love that poem of Wordsworth.. i remember having to read it in class once.. yonks ago of course.
    How lovely they look.. they must have cheered you up.
    take care.
    get well.
    hugs
    val x x x

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  15. Beautiful Daffs! Hope your eyes are improving and the black is going. Suzy x

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  16. I will pray that your eyes get better by the day!
    Heal quickly my friend...
    And your flowers are gorgeous!
    Tammy

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  17. Glad to hear that the op went well. It's not nice having anything done in your eye area. All the best, Jx

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  18. I'm glad your operation went well. It was kind of your daughter to buy the daffs for you, they're so cheery.

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  19. Daffodils, a sign that Spring is not too far away!! (We hope)

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