I can no longer say "Happy May Day" obviously, so a "Belated Happy May Day" to you all! We had the best time strolling the streets of our little town with Master Luke's school, wishing people a good day and enjoying the sunshine. Such a nice tradition! Then the preschoolers joined the upper grades for songs and flowers in the beautiful park. The simplest traditions are the best aren't they? Just glad that I was there to help get flowers and join in on the fun. Missed the "Sköna Maj" song though this year. See this video if you'd like to hear it. The CD that my mother gave me didn't work so I had to sing it to myself while working on my mead. Yes, mead, you didn't hear wrong. I learned that this is a Swedish tradition for Valborgsmassoafton (the last day of April, see my other post for more info) so I had to try it out for myself. The ladies and I are indulging tomorrow at a party at my fab friend's house. I'll let you know how it turns out. In the meantime here's the link to the recipe, http://www.knittedbliss.com/2011/08/recipe-swedish-mead.html, which I found in this great book. Thanks Knitted Bliss for typing and trying it out! You made it look very enticing.