Thursday, May 01, 2008

Happy May Day!

** Ding Dong! **


Happy May Day, to each of you!
Wish I could really deliver one of these to each of your doors,
but this is the best I could come up with!

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

So fun! Dad was just mentioning last night the May Day mornings he would find a flowery surprise on our front porch. :) Have a great day! Love you, Mom

Katie said...

I'm thinking of you today as you deliver your goodies to your neighbors!! I know (for me anyway) it can be a bit nerve-wrecking as I don't know how things of this nature will be received...but I know God is looking down on you smiling as He sees you spreading His love and kindness!! So thoughtful! Your neighbors will be blessed!

Anonymous said...

I REMEMBER LEAVING FOR A RUN AND
THE PORCH WOULD BE EMPTY. 30 MINUTES LATER, THERE WOULD BE A
FLOWER. I NEVER FIGURED OUT HOW
YOU KNEW WHEN TO SHOW UP.....

LOVE,
DAD

char said...

Thanks Monica! char

Susan P. said...

Happy May Day to you, Monica! I'm popping your book in the mail today:o)

Steve & Molly said...

Thanks for that pretty pic...pansies are one of my favorites. Brought back a memory from my childhood, too. We used to pick flowers for our neighbors, put them on their doorstep, ring the doorbell or knock and run away. We thought we were sooo sneaky! ha!

Zegi said...

What a cute idea!

MyHeartIsAlwaysHome said...

Happy May Day to you! Such a wonderful way to celebrate and bring a smile to face of your neighbors.

Susan said...

And a Happy May Day to you! Today is Workers Day in Germany and everyone has off. Very nice:)

Amy said...

Happy May Day, to your family from ours! I hope you have beautiful weather there that you can enjoy!

Anonymous said...

I don't think I have ever rec'd a May Day flower. I think I need to start this tradition.
I keep looking at your picture, trying to determine what type of container you used to put the flowers in.
Angie

Anonymous said...

Monica Dear:

I hope you had a Happy May Day, as you brought cheer to your neighbors
and friends. What a sweet tradition. Thanks for sharing.

Love you, Grandma

Meredith said...

Monica, Pampered Chef should be hiring YOU!

Anonymous said...

I like it when you tell us how you put these together. I still remember the pop bottle vases. I cna't find that this time. Am I missing it or did you not tell us this time. The pansy look like you planted them. Am I correct??

A

thehomespunheart said...

A: This photo was from last year - I used the plastic frozen juice concentrate containers and hot glued fabric around them. I filled them with soil and a pansy. Then I tied on a Happy May Day tag!

Athena said...

Such wonderful ideas! Thank you for sharing!!!