May Day

Not a cry for help, but  a celebration of the season.  I didn’t rush into the garden to wash my face with the dawn dew; and when I was a student at St Andrews, I didn’t take part in (or even attend) the dawn May Dip.

But it’s a good day to revel in the joys of spring, take a good, deep breath and throw yourself back into the business of productive, energetic and enthusiastic living.

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