I took the opportunity of the warm day to have a walk and I spotted this little clump of narcissi in a sunny, sheltered spot. They reminded me of the ones we used to have in our garden when I was a child. These had originally come from my grandparents' house in South Wales where they grew in profusion by the back wall.
These tiny perfect flowers would come up every year at the end of February, and on March 1st (St David's Day ‐ the patron saint of Wales) we would all go to school with one or two of them in our buttonholes.
I am going to sit out on the porch now with a cup of tea to hand, the scent of flowers in the air and try out some stitch patterns.
Happy Spring Knitting!
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