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May 03, 2008



Wow, love the room, what a great job she did! Yes, I remember the chicken feeder which I had for a very long time and paid way too much for but I thought it was the coolest thing. So glad it took the coolest kinda Texas gal to realize what the potential was.


Oops, me again. I can't believe you didn't know about May Day. Growing up in Texas we made little May baskets at school then on the way home I'd pick flowers (probably dandelions), then put them on the front door, ring the bell, and my mom would answer all surprised. I loved it! Even when my older boys were in elementary in California they had a May pole and did the May Pole Dance (yep, boys and all) and had refreshments and activities for a couple of hours during the school day. It was when we moved here that no one I knew had heard of it. I'm so glad to hear that the tradition lives on, it's such a sweet sentiment. Next year I'll have to come over that way and see how y'all do it and we can grab some cup cakes to add to the fun!

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