Wow, I can't believe it is already May 1st for one! I almost forgot about "May day" until I read Annie's post over at The Bunny Bungalow. Here in the States, May Day has kind of died out I think, unless there are small towns around still having children put flowers on neighbor's door steps. I haven't seen any for many moons though.
I really liked that fact that on May first in France, everywhere you went, you got a spring of "Muguet," to wish you good luck and happy spring. I remember going out to dinner once, and at each place setting there were little sprigs muguet. I love this little flower, and here in the States,unless you grow them yourself, are quite pricey just to get a little pot of them.
I remember getting so excited to see them for sale in these adorable little terra cotta pots in the grocery store. I bought several of them, because I couldn't believe they were so inexpensive. The cashier must have thought I was loony!
Anyway, I hope somewhere in America, May Day is being celebrated with flowers being left on door steps.
Happy May Day to you all.