The daffodils are back!

No doube Covid is making our lives harder, but when I look at our front yard which is full of daffodils, I know that things will get better.  We've had dark days before, but we always bounce back. 

 #4 DID YOU KNOW the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 killed at least 50 million people worldwide, one-third of the world’s population at that time? In the United States, 675,000 died, 30,000 in Georgia, 829 in Atlanta and 2 in Lost River. It only lasted 15 months, but it killed more people than World War I killed in four years.



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