Things were so bright we almost needed shades!
My friend J has collected multiple daffodil day badges over the years and last Friday she wore every one of them. She even had a couple of them as earrings! I wish I'd thought of that.
As it is, I had a couple of badges on my cardigan, but with J shining like a star, I felt I hadn't done enough.
Even working on my day off didn't seem like enough.
So I took one of the bright yellow paper napkins off the lunch table and fashioned a paper daffodil to clip into my hair. It didn't look much like a daffodil, but at least it was the right colour!
Looks more like a carnation doesn't it?
I've never bothered much with buying badges in the past, usually getting a pen or key ring.
But I liked the way J had her badges marching in pairs down both fronts of her cardigan.
Remember the pretty little badges from years back with a small flower atop a green stem?
She even had those.
All funds raised from the purchases of badges, pens, key rings and bunches of daffodils goes to the Cancer Council for research.
Funds raised from our sausage sizzle and raffle went there too.