Hello Mountain View..... I'd love you to say Hello!! You pop in so often yet never make contact.
Best wishes from Jo
It's been another busy, stressful week so when we went to visit my friend, who has recently come out of hospital, I thought it would be good for all of us to see the Field of Hope in Sefton Park.
It was my friend's first step over her door and a big step it was in more ways than one.
Although she never managed to get out of the car to walk amongst the daffodils she enjoyed her visit so much and it really lifted her spirits and helped her to feel that this was the first step towards her recovery.
The daffodils were planted quite a few years ago to sponsor Marie Curie services and to give thanks for those who recovered from cancer and also in memory of loved ones.
I ran around for a few minutes snapping haphazardly and enjoying the beautiful, heady smell of field after field of daffodils. I've never seen so many elsewhere and I've never before experienced such a strong fragrance from these cheery Spring flowers.
I hope this cheers you and brings a smile to your face as it did to mine.
I hope my friends, Brenda and Alison, are soon well again.
I hope Annie soon moves to her dream house that she waited for so long.
The Field of Hope
over a million daffodils in Sefton Park
in the heart of Liverpool.