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Narcissuses


I like the ss-sss sound that comes by saying narcissuses.

If only you could smell the fragrance of these narcissuses.  Mmmmmmmmm.

The Husband bought them for me at the farmers market in Santa Cruz yesterday. Yes, it was sweet of him. 

What was most sweet of the Husband was that he held my hand as he helped me hobble across the street to the parking lot.


 

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  1. You poor thing....my mom used a cane but it was her hips which is the better to have ..knees are worse so I'm so glad your hubby is there to help you out. I'm not used to seeing this flower now but I bet it smells beautiful.

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    1. I've got more mileage out of the Mama's cane in the past 2 months than she did in the 15+ years she had it. The Husband is a sweetheart. He has been doing all the driving.

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  2. Beautiful flowers and a lovely colourful and homely photo :)

    Many years ago my mum and I had a mild disagreement about the plural of narcissus - she said it how you say it but it's actually narcissi, with the 'i' at the end pronounced as 'eye'. I think I prefer your version though :)

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    1. Works even better with a 'z' on the end! :D

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    2. Thanks, Eunice. The flowers do look like eyes. The Google dictionary used the -es for plural. I did wonder if it was narcissi. Too lazy right now to see what Merriam-Webster has to say. :-)

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  3. Hobbling sucks! ... can you get into a pool for a bit of hydro walking?

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    1. Oooh, that would be fun, hydro walking. Of course that would lead me to want to swim. Must find out if that would be okay. The other day I managed to climb up (and down) the second floor to a pub. It was worth it.

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  4. Oh how delightful and loving ~ beautiful! ~ You have a gem of a husband ~ you are both blessed ~ thanks,

    Wishing you peace in your days ~ ^_^

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  5. Thank you so much for your kind comment, about the art studio and paintings, Susie! Up the the following ones...:)
    Hobble? What happened? Of course, you could say daffodils:):)

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    1. No more cartilage in both knees, says the specialist. I'm getting good dancing with a cane.

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  6. I'm so happy knowing the two of you have - and enjoy - each other.
    Narcissus Blooms!!!! Perfection.

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