Every month I will spell the month in books that I have already read, linking back to my reviews of the title. (Initial articles – The, A, An – will not be taken into account)
“Mile Marker 139” by Cynthia Hilston
“All Things Cease to Appear” by Elizabeth Brundage
“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
That was fun!
I’m always searching for ways to share my book recommendations.
We are currently under lockdown where I live, so all non-essential stores, businesses and services are closed. Also, we are encouraged to stay in our own communities. Mother Nature has deemed that ‘spring has sprung‘ so my husband and I went for a walk in beautiful downtown Dartmouth, Nova Scotia where we live.
Here are a few photos of the Cancer Survivor’s Daffodil Garden, where the daffodils are at their absolute best. These photos were taken last Thursday, April 29th. As you can see, there are not many people around – normally this park would be much more populated. You can’t read the inscriptions on the benches from these photos, but they are all positive cancer phrases. Two of which are: “The beauty of life after cancer is worth fighting for“, and “A scar is a badge of your strength“.
As you can see from this photo taken earlier this year, the path in the center of the park is in the shape of a ‘cancer awareness’ ribbon.
Thanks for visiting. ♥