May is named after the Roman goddess Maia, who embodied the concept of growth. An awe-inspiring, uplifting fragrance of wild growing lilac is filling the air. A green and white carpet of the Lily-of-the Valley is greeting us and letting us know that finally spring has arrived with all its glory and richness. Summer is right around the corner.
Did you know that the 1st of May is School Principals’ Day? We appreciate all the hard work, and dedication they provide for our community. Keep up your good work!
Every year, the second Sunday in May is Mother’s Day. Three women, Ann Reeves Jarvis, Julia Ward Howe and Anna M. Jarvis devoted their lives to the betterment of children’s health and welfare. Therefore, Anna wanted to honour the work of her mother and her tireless advocation for the work of women. Finally, in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day a national day to celebrate mothers… HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!!
According to the old Farmer’s Almanac the moon in May is called “FULL FLOWER MOON” which reaches its peak on Wednesday, May 26th at 7:14 A.M. The distance from earth is 222 116.6 miles (357 462 Km) have fun with the “FULL FLOWER MOON.”