May Day is the first day of May; for centuries, many cultures celebrate May Day as the first day of summer. It is a time to say goodbye to the long, cold winter and welcome the warm weather by gathering flowers, singing, and dancing around a maypole. When I was a little one, my Grandma Joyce would bring a bouquet of daffodils to our family every May Day, and she would tell us a story of her childhood: as a little girl, my Grandma Joyce, would secretly leave May baskets filled with daffodils at the neighbors' doors. One year, as the story goes, after knocking on a neighbors door and running away, my Grandma and her sister (Viola) bumped heads giving my Grandma a black eye for May Day! In memory of my Grandma Joyce, I am sharing Daffodil photos with you, as well as a beautiful maypole, to remind you to bring home flowers and dance with your loved ones today!
With Love, Petit-Swag