This Easter I visited one of the kinder gardens in a nice Bulgarian city. The children and their teachers painted pretty Easter eggs and my portrait is on one of them! It was great fun!
Last week in Leaf 8 we saw Mr Daffodil arriving to the Cowentry University Campus.
Mr Daffodil bathed in the rain drops and admired the fascinating colourful buildings, wondering what amazing scientific adventures were happening inside.
But he could not understand why everyone seemed in such a rush, and why everyone looked sad. Maybe they just did not like the rain?
He went into the Library. It was dry, warm and full of interesting books!
But everybody there was looking just as unhappy…
Perplexed, Mr Daffodil walked around the Library, trying to avoid being stepped on by busy students and lecturers.
He really wanted to talk to someone and find out why everyone was in such a terrible mood.
But the large human figures towering above our little yellow friend were all just rushing about and nobody noticed him.
To Be Continued next Monday…
I have not written a new story today because I have been very busy these past few days. I have been travelling on important Daffodil business! I am attending the big daffodil event at St Paul’s Cathedral which started last week. Thousands of Daffodils* gathered to support the Marie Curie charity and the nurses who work there. We are supporting an important cause. Marie Curie is a great charity that takes care of very ill people, makes sure they are not alone and helps them feel better.
If you are in London, come by and see us! You’ve most certainly never seen so many Daffodils in one place. And you can hear stories from nurses and patients and pick up a daffodil pin.
He are some pictures!
* 2100 Daffodils, to be precise. That isn’t as many as “thousands” but is very impressive and beautiful nevertheless. Very yellow.