Flower of the Day: Orange Poppy

Stormy weather; we’ve had a rainy week in Madison. Yesterday afternoon, a poppy opened despite the drizzle. Today we have the first sunny day all week. I feel the sun rays through the window as I write and it feels great.

Rainy Day Poppy Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

I am taking 10 days off starting tomorrow. A family funeral calls me away, for a relative on my mom’s side of the family. He lived a full life, has three wonderful adult children and nine beautiful grandchildren. But I will miss him. I’m working on a poem to read at the funeral. I hope I finish in time.

Sunny Orange Poppy Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

Have a good first week of June! See you on June 8th.

¡Olé! –Rebecca

See out Debbie and Friends’ great pics at Six Word Saturday.

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Cee what nature photographers are up to. What could be cheerier than a Flower of the Day? #FOTD

Rebecca Cuningham

23 thoughts on “Flower of the Day: Orange Poppy

  1. Sorry for your loss, Rebecca. I do love poppies and this one is a beauty, especially with the raindrops. We had some in our garden in Ohio many years ago and I miss them. I’m still in Illinois and we had rain and clouds all day yesterday as well.

    janet

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  2. What a lovely thing to do, to write a poem for your dead relative. I’m sure your family will appreciate it, and I hope that writing it brings you solace. Lovely poppies – thanks.

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  3. Sorry to read of your sad news – condolences to you and your family.
    Beautiful photo of the poppy – I’m trying to grow some also but not sure if they will push up. I planted a few black poppies.

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