May Day, May Day – Is It Really Spring In The Pacific Northwest? At the time of this writing, Seattle was on track to be the 3rd wettest April since 1894. That’s right, read here if you don’t believe me. But this week’s and next week’s forecast calls for sunny skies, and no rain. So that has me wondering … what is the FIRST thing you do outside when the weather turns from ugly, wet and grey to blue skies, and sunny?
May Day, May Day – Is It Really Spring In The Pacific Northwest?
I know what I do. And it’s not anything I have any desire to do; yard work. Lawn mowing, edging, pulling weeds, and the list goes on and on. The reason why I avoid it? It’s like digging in water! You can’t just do it once, and bam, you’re done for a specific length of time. Oh no. You’ve gotta continuously keep doing it once it starts! May Day, May Day – Is It Really Spring In The Pacific Northwest?
May Day is traditionally celebrated, in Seattle, as the peaceful march and demonstration for International Workers Day. Don’t believe me? Seriously! Read more about by clicking here. I’m hoping it’ll be a time of peace, but deep down I believe it’ll be civil unrest, road closures, and perhaps a display of frustration. We might have to yell and wave our arms, “Please send help.”
May Day, May Day – Is it Really Spring In The Pacific Northwest will be marked one way or another.
However you celebrate (peaceful or not) and why you are celebrating (the spring holiday, or international workers day) – I hope it’s blessed. With the sunny days now gone, I’m gonna declare May Day, May Day – Is it Really Spring In The Pacific Northwest
Be good like you should, and if you can’t be good … be good at what you do! May Day, May Day – Is It Really Spring In The Pacific Northwest?
Mic drop *bOoM*