We've had a lovely, mild spring so far. Yesterday the temperatures even got up to 68F. It's no surprise the daffodils are blooming.
They're always such a beautiful splash of vibrant color.
But today the great celestial weathervane did a 180, and we're getting wind, rain, and hail.
The daffodils got hammered (this is looking through a window smeared by rain).
If April showers bring May flowers, what do April hailstorms bring? "Dead flowers?" suggested Don, watching the poor flowers get pounded.
Darcy, on the other hand, was energized by the storm cell. He dashed all around the yard, making it hard to get clear photos of him.
The daffodils will survive -- and be prettier for it. And it's better than snow!