A wish of Happines . . .
plural noun: dandelions
1. a widely distributed weed of the daisy family, with a rosette of leaves and large bright yellow flowers followed by globular heads of seeds with downy tufts.
One of my favourite flowers, delicate and fragile – just like us humans sometimes. Everyone knows what a dandelion looks like, the long stem with the white fuzz on top which is a part of the pollination and how the dandelion spreads, so that they will keep coming back time after time. For some people a nuisance but for most people like me . . . a symbol of happiness and complete and utter faithfulness.
I went out today to a park close to our house to take some pictures of these beauties before the change of season starts, and found a few surprises.