The sunflowers were silk, but she put them in water just the same.
The SUNFLOWERS represented HOPE while the dying MONEY TREE represented her BANK ACCOUNT!
Steve always made sure each of his kids had a perfect sunflower to leave on their mom’s grave.
While he loved that his mother sent him sunflowers every week with a special message, he already stood out enough with his Tolkien maps all over his side of the room and obsession of New Orleans Jazz constantly playing every time his roommate was away.
After months of depression and self-imposed isolation, Linda stepped out to her garden, brought some sunshine inside and realized her forced retirement could be a new beginning.
Whoever sent the bouquet of sunflowers to me on the anniversary of Justin’s death every year never left a note, but I always assumed it was a small token of remorse from the wife of the man who murdered him.
The card said “Get Well” but secretly my co-workers really hoped that I would be out of commission long enough that there would be one less lay off.
Samantha agreed, “You can’t get over the guy if he keeps sending you sunflowers.”
Sunflowers terrified Louis Armstrong’s image in this colorized episode of “The Twilight Zone.”
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