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Musings #22 Silly Quizzes – Sunflowers

Well I don’t know if this is an accurate representation of me, but I was very happy with the flower of choice.

Sunflowers are my new favorite flower.

They grow wild in Taos, New Mexico. They sway in the breeze on the sides of the roads or in the middle of the mesa. Fields are filled with sunflowers with their big yellow faces stretching toward the sun. My daughter’s house is surrounded by sunflowers. And when David and I move to Taos, some years down the road, I hope to have my yard, my field, my life filled with sunflowers.

What flower represents you? – Sunflower

Result: Sunflower

You are energetic and have a natural influence on others. You tend to be very upbeat and laugh often. People enjoy being around you. Only a few of the reasons you have so many friends. GREAT!

Photos compliments of Me.

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March 30, 2010 - Posted by | Anything Writing, Musings by Donna | ,

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