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The daisies are at the end of their blooming season, which has a tendency to make people in Michigan a little melancholy.  It signals the turning of the page, so to speak; the rounding out of a season they waited a long time to arrive.  I used to have a garden full of shasta daisies.  When it was time to dead head them, I always felt a little sad.  Not because it meant the cooler weather was coming, but because I knew I’d miss their gracefully swaying heads, their sunny dispositions, and their simple beauty.   Until next summer.



  1. Stunning


  2. Goodbye daisies!


  3. Thank you, everyone, for your comments and kind words. I’m having fun finding small, beautiful moments.


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