DANCE AROUND THE MAY POLE AND EARTH-FRIENDLY FRIDAY
HAPPY MAY DAY!!! During the Middle Ages, English villages all had Maypoles and they would compete against one another to see who had the best.
Today, kids celebrate the day by moving back and forth around the pole, intertwining streamers or ribbons.
This tradition of celebrating May Day by dancing and singing survived as part of the English tradition. Some places still select a May queen, and kids still secretly hang baskets of flowers on the doorknobs of neighbors. We used to make little paper cone vases, when I was a kid, and fill them with flowers from the yard. We'd staple a ribbon on it to hang it from the neighbors' doors.
If you want to visit a garden to celebrate but you can't get out today, try cybervisiting this garden carpet in Brussels. Just click on the floral carpet tab to see this amazing site. And Happy May Day everyone!! EARTH-FRIENDLY FRIDAY
Summer is almost here. Maybe some of you will be doing home remodeling projects. If you are, look into recycling centers that will take your discarded items. Here, in Portland, we use the Rebuilding Center. You might have such a business in your area. If you do, let me know. I always love to read about Green companies. And, check out the Energy Trust of Oregon.
Book Fan Friday- Book Fan Friday happens every second Friday from October to May at 4:30pm at the Cedar Hills Crossing Powells -3415 Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton, OR. The Book Fan Schmooze will follow at 6:30 at the Cedar Hills McMenamin?s 2927 Cedar Hills Blvd. The guest speaker for December is: Barry Deutsch.
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