He married a gal with very particular - and seasonal - tastes.
So many gals would list roses as their favorite flowers, which is great since they're available year-round in most places. [We won't mention how expensive they are - that's beside the point.]
And then there's me - my favorites are quite inexpensive ... as long as they're in season.
You know, the bulbs that bloom like crazy. For a month. And then they're gone.
So, for about a month straight, our home is filled to the brim with their yellow and white cheeriness as Mr. Dude stops by the store almost every day to bring me more.
It's cute, really, to see him come home with a big grin on his face since he knows I'll be so excited to fill yet another vase with one of the first signs of spring and the upcoming sunny weather.
Here in the dark and gloomy Pacific Northwest, that's a big deal!
But right now we've almost made it to the darkest day of the year, the holiday craziness is upon us, and Mr. Dude and I are in a particularly busy season with his work and our family life [uh, hence the lack of posts lately]. And there are no daffodils to be found to help cheer up the days.
Or so I thought.
I stopped by Mr. Dude's computer where he was getting some work done to ask him a question, and he quickly pulled up a picture that I just had to see:
|[Source: Screenshot from the game]|
He had been playing one of his newest favorite games earlier [Fallout: New Vegas, if anyone is keeping score ... and Mr. Dude would like me to remember that it runs on the same engine as another favorite - Elder Scrolls V: Oblivion ... which are both published by the same company] and noticed some daffodils hidden in a corner.
One gaming screenshot saved in his Steam profile later, and his wife got daffodils in December.
She also got proof that he thinks of her even when he's playing video games.
Now isn't that just sweet?