Stop And Smell The Flowers

With the month of May in full bloom—not to mention a field full of wild flowers—Roscoe was trying to stop and smell the flowers but had a slight problem.

Look at all of those wildflowers...on the other side of the fence. Stop and smell the flowers
Look at all of those wildflowers…on the other side of the fence.

Our field has exploded into a sea of wildflowers, the blooms waving in the spring breezes. Hu-Dad always waits as long as he can to mow the field because the colors are too pretty.

Even more wildflowers...outside the fence. Stop and smell the flowers
Even more wildflowers…outside the fence.

Unfortunately, he has mowed inside the fence, so we don’t have a ton of flowers to explore. Roscoe did his best to embrace the beauty, though.

A dandelion gone to seed, the best Roscoe could find to stop and smell the flowers
A dandelion gone to seed, the best Roscoe could find to stop and smell the flowers

Someone, however, seemed a little less than impressed to discover his little brother and student has a softer side.

What is that boy doing when he should be looking for rabbits?
What is that boy doing when he should be looking for rabbits?

5 thoughts on “Stop And Smell The Flowers”

  1. Sorry Typhoon-your brother Roscoe seems to like flowers and the only one he could find were dandelions! No worries though-I’m sure he will be looking for those pesky bunnies in short order!

  2. Love the picture of Roscoe and the dandelion! I think Hu-dad needs to go pick a bouquet of wild flowers the sweet pup.

  3. I was waiting for him to smell the dandelion and it to go poof on his nose. My dogs do that. We should all stop and smell the flowers every day because those of us with dogs know that life is short but precious.

  4. I have always loved dandelions! they’re very cheery to me.
    and what is a flower but a weed that is growing where we want it to!
    there is nothing sweeter than a little boy bringing a bouquet of dandelions to his mom.
    and then there is Roscoe who knows a sweet flower when it tickles his nose! xoxo

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