I have gained a huge amount of respect for these little daffodils. Not only have they survived a snow storm, they have sustained pounding rain, punishing winds, and flying trash. Monday happened to be a Bank Holiday here in the UK and in many areas it was also trash day. I know that some of the trash was picked up but on my walk home from work it appeared that a lot had been left out. And then these stiff winds came up and blew trash all over the city. There was a whirlwind of styrefoam pieces on Queensferry road, bags of trash in the middle of Castle street, and litter everywhere. These little mini-daffodils have survived it all and continue to bring their cheerfulness to our neighborhood.
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