Waldorf School kids dance around the maypole… complete with flowered crowns on their heads, recorders and drums playing… a delightfully anachronistic feel to the day.
Elihu in blue
Later that fine May day… glow-in-the-dark stars dry on the trampoline for use that night at the Greenfield Elementary School talent show.
Fifty stars in all. Lots of time with an X-Acto knife.
The beautiful and talented Ginley Girls sing “Sweet Child O Mine” in honor of their blue-eyed baby sister
The traditional half time chicken dance. Elihu is the pit orchestra and rim shot guy and plays along with the track. A chicken and a duck dance wing-in-wing on stage
In the vast field just beyond our house we discovered literally hundreds of these Comma Butterflies passing by… note the interesting, curvy silhouette of the wings
Orange and brown and pretty on the inside
Elihu smooches our gregarious hen, Thumbs Up
Hello, Thumbs Up!
One more surprise from the incubator
On May 7th, my 49th birthday, I realized that my childhood friend’s mother died at 49. She seemed like a real grown-up to me back then. I don’t feel like such a grown up. Age and perspective. Interesting.
Oh, little Rose Breasted Grosbeak, we have waited to see you for lo these past three years!
2 thoughts on “May Day Pics”
OMG…After i saw this picture on the 21st of June, there appeared on my feeder an evening grosbeak. this is weird…. i have not seen one, sans the picture here on the blog, in about 35 years.
I too remember many of them here some 30 years ago… I know a population to live in the hills in the Porter Corners area, but didn’t know of any here in Greenfield Center til just this year… and yet again this morning we saw another!