Thanks to Jason for making me look outside last evening to see the beautiful sky
as the sun was trying to peak through the rain.
|Mr. Magnum moving his bed to the middle of the room.|
|Mollie has to let me know she is there.|
Lunch at The College Deli. Nice patio.
Good grilled cheese sandwich, but then, that's kind of hard to mess up.
|Around our yard.|
|Jason makes good bread|
|Jason's irises in bloom|
Ok, so, this is a picture I took with my iphone, of another picture (me, circa 1984).
Today is Throwback Thursday, though, right? ;)
|Winning Daffodil Festival poster by Carol Aldridge|
The history of the daffodil in Gloucester County is nearly as old as the county. When Gloucester was formed in 1651 from part of York County, early settlers brought daffodils from England. Settlers soon discovered the soil and weather conditions were good for them. The bulbs were passed from neighbor to neighbor, naturalizing by the beginning of the 20th century. The daffodil industry (which earned the county the title "Daffodil Capital of America") developed during the 1930s and 1940s. 
|You have got to love Shriners on tricycles.|
|Beyond Boobs Breast Cancer Organization with the Good Health Fairy®|
|This pup is for adoption at the Gloucester Mathews Humane Society.|
|I loved the flower arrangement at this business's entry.|
|I want one of these!|