Reasons to be cheerful

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It’s happened with a whimper rather than a bang, but remote learning has come to an end for my kids. The last time either of them was at school was mid-December and  while I appreciate we’re still very much in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I see a number of reasons to be cheerful and hopeful for the future.

Reasons to be cheerful daffodils in flower
Reasons to be cheerful: I’m feeling more hopeful than I have in some time and these daffodils are a sign of new beginnings.

The vaccination programme is going well and a huge testing regime has swung into action (for those of us with school aged children in England, anyway). Lo and behold, the weather has also warmed up and we’ve had a couple of days of glorious sunshine.

It just feels a bit different and like there’s more to be hopeful about. I thought these two daffodils symbolised new beginnings and hope.

I have struggled to get out with my camera recently, but I managed to get out for a stroll earlier in the week and spotted these flowers in a nearby churchyard. It was quite a dark, cloudy day and it had been raining, but the bright yellow colour caught my eye and I felt they needed to be photographed!

I hope they bring a splash of colour to your day and that you are also feeling a little more hopeful for the future. If you have kids returning to school this week, very best of luck.

I’ve added this blog post to the wonderful #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by Darren Coleshill’s photography blog. Follow this link to see photography taken by other bloggers.

6 thoughts on “Reasons to be cheerful”

  1. I am so glad about the home learning coming to an end and I do hope that it all goes well with the return to school. Good luck.
    Daffodils are such cheerful flowers. They do make me smile x

  2. What beautiful daffodils. I definitely feel more hopeful now. It’s incredible how many people have been vaccinated and it will be our turn before we know it!
    My photos these days consist of my garden, the guinea pigs and my daughter’s bakes. The only time I leave the village is when I’m running! I still haven’t got in the car to go for a walk since lockdown started.

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