noodle and lou

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sunny yellow...

My hubby brought these home for me the other day from work. Hello spring! His work was participating in The American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days. Click on the link to find out how to participate in your area. Buying these beautiful and sunny daffodils help raise funds and awareness to help fight cancer. On their website they say "as the first flower of spring, the daffodil is a symbol of hope." I love that...
Hope you are having a happy weekend:) My next post is the big 100th celebration! So stay tuned for a special giveaway and some other fun!!!! xoxoxoxo...jenn

12 comments:

Heather said...

I love these little flowers- they are like the Herald of Spring! Ours just opened up by the mailbox and its just like a sign "spring is here!"
Cant wait to see what goodies are to be had at your giveaway!~

love.boxes said...

I love Daffodils and if you can cure cancer too... all the better! Love that pretty yellow.. spring is coming! Hooray!!!

Jackie said...

How pretty and lovely that your hubby thought of you to take some home and spread the love!! Hope your having a great weeknd too! Hugs, Jackie

anniebeez said...

These are gorgeous and what a sweet husband! Can't wait for your 100th post!

Pocket Full of Prettys said...

The daffodils are beautiful. Love that bright yellow color. And what a wonderful cause. Hugs***Renea

michelle said...

I love daffodils they are just so happy! Happy weekend!

dubuhdudesigns said...

How nice of your hubby to bring you flowers! Look forward to your 100th..i still have another 40+ to go:)

~dani~ said...

Great pic..they are beautiful. Truly the epitome of Spring~

Can't wait to see what you have in store for your giveaway!

annas dreams blog said...

Very Beautiful Flowers,how nice of your husband to bring you flowers!. Im celebrating 2 things today, please come and see my blog. Have a wonderful Saint Patricks Day. Lillian

FrostingsNSparkles said...

What beautiful flowers for a wonderful cause. That was so sweet of your hubby to bring some home :) :)

Black-Eyed Suzie said...

It's great that you're supporting the cause...my mom had breast cancer and it is so important that research continue to be done. Thank you! And the flowers are just lovely...we are still buried under two feet of snow, so it's nice to see a little sign of spring, even if it's out in webworld!

A Fanciful twist said...

100th posts on its way??? Yippeeee!! Oh, The daffodils are lovely, especially how they help... Love that! xo