Due to the overabundance of deer in these parts, we rarely have tulips. There are a few planted here and there but we don't often see the blooms - the deer are quick. So today when Maggie saw a single tulip, she rushed out to pick it before it became a snack.
She brought it in and promptly decided she would take it to her teacher.
I told Tim how I just love that her first instinct was to take that beautiful, rare thing and give it away. He replied, "Maybe that's why she's so much happier than every one else."