My Planner for May

My Planner for May

May Planner post

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“May” is likely named after the Roman goddess Maia, who oversaw the growth of plants. Alternatively, the name might have come from the Latin maiores, “elders”

May’s birth flowers are the Hawthorn and the Lily-of-the-Valley. The hawthorn means hope, while the lily-of-the-valley symbolizes sweetness or the return of happiness.. May’s birthstone is the emerald.

A warm January, a cold May.” May acts as the bridge between spring and summer, hinting at warmer weather for those still stuck in spring’s grasp, while heating things up for those already well on their way.

The monthly observances in May include Arthritis Awareness Month, Better Sleep Month, Mental Health Awareness Month, National Walking Month, and Women’s Health Care Month. Self-care is always in style! May is also Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and Military Appreciation Mont

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  • International Harry Potter Day
  • National Brothers and Sisters Day
  • National Foster Care Day
  • National…

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Garden Advice from Mom

Garden Advice from Mom

As we approach Mother's Day I am sharing some advice from my Mom. Who loved to shop and design our flower gardens but Dad did the work.... 1. Never Plant flowers or plants until after Mother's Day : Planting Dates for Spring On average, your last spring frost occurs on March 10. Mom 's advice [...]