May 1 is May Day, which falls roughly halfway between the spring equinox in March and the summer solstice in June. In my memory, May Day is aflutter with long lengths of yellow, white or pale blue satin ribbon attached to the top of a maypole rigged to the stage of the elementary school I […]
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