How brave is the daffodil? Unafraid to shoot up at the first sign of warm weather and unfurl its greenery and unleash its sunshine-colored petals. "I am here. I am alive. I am again," it seems to say, disregarding the likelihood that a late snow will dust it in wet, frozen powder. The daffodil perseveres.
The Latin name of the daffodil is Narcissus, a reference to the myth of the hunter who became so obsessed with his own reflection in water that he drowned. The story says the daffodil sprang from where he died. It has also been suggested that daffodils bending over streams represent the youth admiring his reflection. Mine grow around an old oak. I prefer to think of them as youth inspiring the old.
Kasini House Cards is pleased to offer Daffodil from Studio C. This watercolor is available as a greeting card, a notecard, and a gift enclosure, single or box of 10. Cards come with matching envelopes. In addition to daffodils, we have a lovely selection of flowers to brighten someone's mailbox.
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Here's hoping spring comes soon and all your bulbs bloom.Sincerely,
BettyClick here to learn more and to order.