The bright spot of Ginger’s day yesterday was espying a squirrel in the blossoms.
It looked like it had snowed cherry blossoms…hard to believe there are any left in the tree.
In Cee’s Flower of the Day post she told about “Pink Day”. I’d never heard of it, but it seems like a really bright idea: a day for standing up to bullies. Here is the Wikipedia description of it:
The International Day of Pink is an international anti-bullying event held annually during the second week of April. The event started when students David Shepherd and Travis Price saw another student, who was wearing a pink shirt, being bullied in their Central Kings Rural High School in Nova Scotia, Canada, and deciding to show support for the student by getting everyone at their school to wear pink the following day.Wikipedia
The initiative inspired youth at Jer’s Vision who founded The International Day of Pink, an effort to support their peers internationally with resources and ways to make their schools safer.
So, in honor of the International Day of Pink, here is a bright pink rhodie, hit by a bright sunbeam.
Some pink roses from today’s walk for Cee’s Mid-week Madness: Pink.
These dahlias are valiantly blooming even though the weather has not been very friendly of late.
I walk the same route most mornings with the dogs. This lets me keep an eye on progress. This pale pink peony bush has been on my mind of late. today’s sunshine brought it out all the way.
For Wordless Wednesday and Cee’s Flower of the Day.
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