Wednesday, April 22, 2009

N as in Nuthin'

Nuthin' happening
In this little brain of mine
This will have to do...

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xoabb
expect...whatever!

Do join us!

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UPDATE @ 1:44 pm: I swear, sometimes I only use a tiny little portion of my brain! As someone asked me: "Isn't that a narcissus, and doesn't narcissus begin with an N and isn't it N week on the ABC Wednesday meme??" I missed the oh so very obvious - hate it when that happens! I googled narcissus because it occured to me I had no idea if there was a difference between narcissus, daffodils and jonquils or if they were synonyms for each other. Turns out narcissus is the genus they all belong to! Go here for more information, which in part says:

What's the difference between jonquils, narcissus, and daffodils you ask? It's an age old question. Botanically speaking, they're all different species of the genus Narcissus. To the average gardener however the differences are fairly distinct.

20 comments:

  1. So pretty, like a stained glass picture.

    Hugs♥

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  2. There is always something going on but you may not be willing to share :)

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  3. Are those Jonquils or Daffodils? Is there a difference? Whatever. I don't care because they've already brighteneed my day. Thank you!

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  4. I`m sure something is going on ;)
    Great photo by the way!

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  5. Your nuthin' narcissi are gorgeous!

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  6. Hi!
    Beautiful "N" post! So yellow, it's almost like I could pick it. Have a great day!!

    Sherrie

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  7. But in my language they are N-flowers...(nartsissid in Estonian)

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  8. They're still beautiful... Thanks for posting them!

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  9. The rain seems to have molded my brain as well;)

    Beautiful narcissus-es, narcissi???

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  10. I love the drops of rain (or dew) on them!

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  11. Beautiful photo...dewdrops and all...

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  12. Does NN know something that the rest of us don't????

    Lovely picture - the colors are so brilliant.

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  13. A vivid photo and a charming disclaimer and 're'claimer. Fun!

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  14. Beautfiul shot of your N-arcissus :-) I always think of the ones with the long trumpet as daffodils and the short trumpets as narcissus or jonquils. I guess we mostly call them whatever we hear someone else call them.

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  15. I still sort of like the Nuthin happening much--that so fits me that I sense a kindred spirit when you say that.

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