May has taken off like a rocket. I’ve enjoyed having our kids here this week. Monday through Friday they worked remotely, mostly from 6:00 am to 2:00 pm, (Central time translated to Pacific). However, we had the afternoons and evenings for eating, fun, and hiking.
So far, I’ve noticed something special about each day in May, so that is my offering for this Cinco de Mayo Poetry Friday. Have a happy day and may you enjoy some colorful and delicious Mexican-American culture this weekend.
Maypole dancing and International Workers’ Day
Here’s to flowers and fair wages for all someday
World Tuna Day calls for methods sustainable
Future recovery from overfishing is obtainable
Lindsey Graham’s tweet from seven years ago
Predicted the demise of the GOP–truthful blow
Happy Lindsey Graham Day to all who celebrate. pic.twitter.com/faoRrpLBVB
— Travis Akers (@travisakers) May 3, 2023
May the fourth be with you, Star Wars fans
For who doesn’t love Luke, Leia and Han?
Cinco de Mayo in Mexico, just a minor celebration
but in the U.S. it has become a new joyful creation
Here are a few photos from our time together with my daughter and her husband. Sadly, we have to take them to the airport today.