Perfect Moment Monday: Mostly sunny

Perfect Moment Monday is about noticing a perfect moment rather than creating one. Perfect moments can be momentous or ordinary or somewhere in between.

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It’s back. The rogue sunflower that planted itself last year and inspired these adoption-related thoughts.

It’s so tall it looks me in the eye. Its many blossoms wave me goodbye when I pull out of my driveway. It greets me sunnily when I return. It brings happiness to my yard, my life.


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8 thoughts on “Perfect Moment Monday: Mostly sunny”

  1. Beautiful, strong flower. I love its spirit.
    “Brings happiness to your yard.” … For some reason I started thinking of milkshakes and all the boys. =)

  2. wow!!! that is beautiful!!!! I love sunflowers, they are one of my favorite flowers (next to Daisies) ..they make me happy.
    I am so glad that this is what greets you as you enter your yard. It is perfect.

  3. Sunflowers! I love them. Like Kir, these and daisies make me joyful. No matter what. So glad there are some rogues in your yard standing tall and wishing you well.

  4. We have a couple of rogue sunflowers too. They seem to stubborn, happy and strong.

    I loved your previous post about your garden and your dedication at the end to Tessa and Reed.


  5. I love the bright blue sky against the beautiful yellow sunflower! It is so appealing. Beautiful picture and even better b/c they are volunteer sunflowers. I have some like that in the backyard and I love how they just came up out of the compost. Amazing. isn’t it?!?!

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