Seeds and Sprouts:
I gently blow: Dandelion Parachutes:
I remember to make a wish. I hope it will come true. ~Ally.
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This made me smile. I still cant resist Dandelions and making wishes but I think its mostly because I can give them wings to fly for a little while . 🥰🥰
Norma Xelda Jara
In Argentina to the seeds of the wild flower Dandelion we say "bakers" I don't know why. Just last week I taught my 6-year-old grandson Vito to blow them and disperse with the wind, explaining that the seeds were distributed and more yellow flowers would grow in the park. I told him it was magic and now where he sees them on his way he blows them. Thank you for such a beautiful picture. Beautiful.
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