It’s May, It’s May!

Stilettos, Stoli & Scribbles

Ahhh “Camelot”. I love that musical. I love the film version too, not least because we’re watching Vanessa Redgrave and Franco Nero fall in love as well as Guinevere and Lancelot. *sigh*

Good morning and Happy Monday! Happy May Day!

I know that doesn’t mean what it once did and you probably did not get the day off, nor does anyone, to my knowledge, refer to May as the “Month of Three Milkings” anymore.

Dictionary.com Word of the Day:
floriferous
adjective [flaw-rif-er-uh s, floh-]
1. producing blossoms; flower-bearing.

May Day celebrations, which have been around since the Romans celebrated Flora, the Goddess of Flowers (duh) with the Floralia, as well as festivals held by Etruscans, Ligures and Celts, all of which were woven into the rhythms of nature, have not disappeared completely. The Gaelic celebration of Beltane, is still commonly held on April 30, as it was last…

View original post 239 more words

Advertisements