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06/03/2008



plant a daffodil in the field of memories ...

Instead of buying a daffodil this year to support the Marie Curie Cancer Care appeal, I have planted a virtual daffodil for my mum in the field of memories. Click on
Marie Curie which will take you to the planting area! Just click on the variety you would like and follow the instructions. To plant a daffodil is free, but you can make a donation if you wish.

I have chosen Hillstar for my mum.

9 comments:

Ragged Roses said...

What a lovely idea Louise, I'm going to pop over and have a look. I've missed so many of your posts, will stop commenting and go and read them! Take care
Kimx

Suzie Sews said...

What an amzing idea, although it brings such sadness to many...

Flighty said...

What a good idea! I chose Ice Wings. xx

CatHerder said...

Thanks for that post, thats neat! Thanks for popping into my blog. And dont worry, I dont have to go looking for more cats...they ALWAYS find me LOL!

Pat said...

Hello Louise
My sympathy on the loss of your Mother. I tried to leave a daffodil, but the web site said it was down for maintenance. I will try again later. Such a nice idea.

I am blogging about my Ireland trip because St Patrick's Day, March 17, in New York is a big holiday.

You are so right about steps!
:-)
Did you ever visit Itlay?
All steps! Whew -- I was exhausted climbing up bell towers and cathedral domes, but the views were spectacular!

Hugs, Pat

Dee/reddirtramblings said...

How lovely, Louise. What a fitting tribute to your mother. Thanks for linking to my blog. I appreciate it.~~Dee

Cowboys & Custard said...

I love this idea.. thank you Louise. We have a mature flowering cherry tree where my parents are buried and I like the idea of having a plant planted in memory of...
I will go visit the Marie Curie site now.

Michelexx

daffy said...

A lovely idea Louise and a very good cause.

Country Cottage Chic said...

A lovely idea - I've left one for my Dad...just typing a message made me cry.