Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Flower Shoppe Day for Daisy


Daisy has long dreamed of working in a flower shop. Thanks to a church friend who is both 1) understanding; and 2) a flower shop proprietress, that dream came true today. I dropped her off at 9:30 with a lunch and took off down the interstate to tend to my post-surgical mother.


When I came back for Daisy, she was loaded down with a beautiful bouquet she had made for us, and an even more beautiful bouquet in a basket, for the neighbor.


She made them herself. And also inflated a lot of helium balloons.


But Flower Shoppe Day wasn't over yet. Later I found this set-up in the kitchen. A "Great Big Daffioodle Sale" was going on in my very own house.

11 comments:

Rose said...

Daisy I'd love to buy a daffodil in autumn. :)

Lilian said...

I'd be in heaven! Lucky Daisy!

Melissa said...

What a special treat for Daisy! A wonderful idea for her to "try out" a job position.

Lisa said...

Your poor mother has had surgery again? I hope her recovery will be quick and easy.

What a thrill for Daisy. I hope she sells lots of daffioodles.

Lisateresa

Farrah said...

That girl is something else! I'm glad she got to fulfill her dream and that you and your neighbor had beautiful bouquets to enjoy.

I hope your mother is doing well.

Margo said...

how incredibly sweet! It takes so little to make a child happy. . .

Fiona said...

Your Daisy sure is an enterprising and delightful young lady, what with arranging flowers, making calls ... Thanks for sharing glimpses of that with us!

Anonymous said...

I hope your mother is doing well.

Anna said...

Lisa, my mother had her elbow replaced--not a common surgery. She's now had multiple spinal fusions, both hips, both knees, a double mastectomy, and one elbow done. The ravaging effects of a weird form of rheumatoid arthritis and some other issues. The surgeon warned her that the recovery from the elbow surgery was horrible. But she's sailing through it!! Shoulder up next.

Marlaine said...

Daffioodles are always a big hit! ;-) And blessings to your mom as she recovers from surgery. Being a surgery queen is not a fun tiara to wear, but thank God for modern medicine, and the good news that she is sailing through.

Angela McRae said...

Clearly, Daisy is a budding entrepreneur! Prayers headed to your mom, too ...

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