May Day

Well, it's May. I can remember, when I was a little girl, marking the first day of May by conspiring with my neighborhood friends to make little May Day baskets for all of our neighbors. We would usually craft the basket out of construction paper and too much glue. We would pick "flowers" (usually yellow… Continue reading May Day



Goodbye 2010. You have truly been the best of times and the worst of times. In the end, I will be willing to overlook all of the bad times, and will instead be incredibly thankful for you, dear Twenty-Ten, because it was with you that I met the man I want to celebrate the next… Continue reading Resolved