well you don't of course.
my son will.
when we moved here, in June 1997, the community we live in was much under construction. But down the street, amidst all the building, was the elementary school which had been built less than 10 years previously. Along the white fencing that surrounded the school were growing sunflowers. we watched them grow all summer long, taking many walks down and around the school. By the time school opened at the end of August there were gorgeous sunflowers peeking over the top of that fence. We really loved it. Once the next spring came we found out that the school had a "sunflower planting" tradition. Everyone gathered around the perimeter of the school and planted seeds. This continued until maybe the last 2 years - they removed the fence (more construction in the adjacent main road). If they planted sunflowers no one could tell. Most likely they don't have the same parents who would make sure those sunflowers got watered all summer long - who knows. But I know my family misses those sunflowers.
The stamp is from a set by StampinUp! and the alphas are Garamouche from Purple Onion Designs. I colored it in using my prismacolor pencils, mineral spirits, with a tortillon (that ever wonderful magic colored pencil technique).