MORNING LAZZINESS

“Mornings in May, echoed with the call of cuckoos, sunlight glowed through fresh green canopies of trees.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“You have to remember to be thankful. But in May, one simply can’t help being thankful that they are alive, if for nothing else.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“May is green and pink and red.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“And a bird overhead sang follow, and a bird to the right sang here. And the arch of the leaves was hollow, and the meaning of May was clear.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“I’ve got sunshine on a cloudy day. When it’s cold outside, I’ve got the month of May.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“The last days of May are among the longest of the year.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“May: the lilacs are in bloom. Forget yourself.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“May day is a great time to plan or put on a Spring Festival for parents. Students can sing their favorite songs, recite poems, and perform the Maypole dance.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“It is now May. It is the month wherein nature hath her fill of mirth and the senses are filled with delights. I conclude it is from the Heavens, a grace, and to Earth, a gladness.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“Fair flowers are springing beneath thy genial ray, and thousand happy birds are singing, all welcome to thee, May!”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“Queer things happen in the garden in May. Little faces forgotten appear, and plants thought to be dead suddenly wave a green hand to confound you.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“Horticulturally, the month of May is opening night, Homecoming, and Graduation Day all rolled into one.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“A great difference between ‘May’ and ‘Day’ is the ‘M’ and ‘D!’ Be a good managing director of your life each day in May.”

MORNING LAZZINESS

“Yes, May is come, and its sweet breath shall well-nigh make you weep today, and pensive with swift-coming death, shall ye be satiate of the May.”

MORNING LAZZINESS