This year's May Day was a "grin and bear it" kind, as I was in between surgery #1 and surgery #2 and had the 24/7 uncomfortableness of the stent. Oy! The things you do for those you love, even when you are not feeling 100%. Thank God for His grace and strength. The kids did 99% of the prep! They needed a little help with set up and the idea, but they carried it all out after that. Ariel rocked the prep this year, since Melody and Fone were busy with their play. And, for the actual carrying it out, I got to play chauffeur, which was doable for me too.
(You probably wonder HOW DO YOU DO May Day with a crew of kids and the busyness of a large family living and homeschooling PLUS dealing with health issues. Come check out my write up over at Cuppa Catholic.... it's "Easy as 1, 2, 3"!)
**ding and dash day**
++Thank you, Lord, for your grace and strength and traditions like this that bond our family together in love and generosity!++