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Question of the Week: What is Your Favorite Flower?

This week I want to ask you what your favorite flower is. Do you have a favorite color in this flower variety? Do you have sentimental reasons or do you just like the flower because of its fragrance, shape, or color selections?

My favorite is the sunflower. And I think the reason is because there are so many different sizes and colors. But also, they look like a burst of sunshine, causing a happy, pleasant mood. Plus they feed the birds and other seed-eating critters. FTD lists 15 different types of sunflowers in a variety of colors on their site. I would love to have the space to fill my home and yard with all of these.  



Favorite Flower
Image courtesy of Rosie Kerr via Unsplash

The sunflower symbolizes many things. My favorite is the symbol of  "loyalty" because of the way it follows the sun - as a Christian is loyal to God as our heavenly Father, Christ as our Savior, and the Holy Spirit as our daily Guide. 

If you write about sunflowers, of course, send me a link to share with others. Or if any of you ladies want to write a guest post about sunflowers for SimplyMakingLife.com, I'll be happy to share it during a Saturday Morning Post. Please be aware that I will proofread the piece and may make a few edits prior to posting. There is no payment for this, but you may list your web link and provide your name in the post as compensation.

May God bless you. I hope you have a lovely weekend. 

Patricia

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