SOLSC Day 27

Fluffy white clouds gather around the glowing yellow sun.

Bringing joyous anticipation to those watching it.

Soon the egg will be eaten warming heart and tummy.




Running to the window she watches the activity.

Birds flying to the feeder getting their mid-morning snack.

She lays down, head on paws,and naps in the golden sunlight.




As I look out the window a smile spreads across my face.

In the midst of a gray day golden patches of  sunlight.

Daffodils and forsythia wave gently in the breeze.




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16 responses to “Sunshine

  1. So much sunshine and happiness in this post. Such great “golden’ connections. We have a gray, gloomy drizzly day!

  2. Love to the the sunshine of daffodils and forsythia. It will be awhile before we see that sunshine here. The tops of the daffodils are just out of the ground about 3 inches. Enjoy those bright yellows.

  3. Thanks for the sunshine! Perfect fried egg, kitty curled up in the sunshine, daffodils and forsythia… I’m smiling. We had sunshine the past two days… it was a mood lifter, for sure.

  4. jumpofffindwings

    Love the clouds/white, yolk/sun. I never saw it that way until you. I also love that you end with yellow forsythia and daffodils—Wordsworth was right about those—such a vibrant announcement to the world, “It’s Spring!”

  5. Sharon Gubser

    Love this! Great pictures.

  6. Oh my these are lovely! I do not think I will ever be able to look at sunny side up eggs the same way again. Thank you for that!

  7. Terje

    A lovely poetic and photo slice to finish a long tiring distance learning week. Like sunshine after a cloudy day.

  8. Lainie Levin

    I am loving all of the beautiful sunbeams of one kind or another that you have assembled for us. Thank you!

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