|1 May 1851 by Winterhalter - Public Domain via Wikipedia|
I hope that everyone is feeling well, doing good, and sharing her joy with others!
I found it personally significant that the flower for May--Lily of the Valley, depicted in the painting, above--symbolizes "the return of happiness" per our friends at the Wikipedia.
I am catching up on my non-fiction reading this month, continuing to read about the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and my new fiction reading is a classic: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Some of my Fascinating Days have already passed (no matter how organized one might be, moving house is challenging!), I have several more days ahead this month:
1: Saint Joseph's Day - Thank a hardworking person of my acquaintance (I used to thank my husband for all his hard work, so that's an option, too.)
4: Star Wars Day
5: Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby
9: Significant Others' Birthday Day - Several years ago, it dawned on me that quite a few of my significant others had been born on May 9. Isn't that funny? So, I decided to make my own special day in the guys' honor.
12: Train Day
13: Mothers' Day
18: Have a Pizza Party!
23: Turtle Day - Take some time to learn about these fascinating creatures!
24: Tiara Day - Wear one to show that you are the queen of your home!
30: Traditional Memorial Day - Choose a way to memorialize fallen heroes. The Memorial Day Foundation website (www.memorialdayfoundation.org) shares many possibilities.
Have a fascinating May!