Basket Basking

Today, the first of May, our friend, Vanilla, re-posted an article on May baskets.  Read it here.

This morning, we awoke to the sound of a vehicle on the driveway.  Then we heard a [child’s?] voice saying something.  Sylvia went to see what was happening, but the driveway was empty.  Well, almost empty.  There was a basket sitting in front of our door.

A surprise May Basket!

A surprise May Basket!

It is an understatement to say that we were deeply moved by this lovely display of affection.  Smiley face wrap held some cookies with a note attached.

A beautiful sentiment!

A beautiful sentiment!

The note reads: “May your days be as beautiful as the buds of May. ~ Happy May Day!”

Heartfelt thanks to our visitor[s].  You made our day brighter and better.

In further celebration, a second tulip had opened this morning and a third may open before the day ends.  Yes it’s a beautiful day!  Here’s hoping yours is even better.

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About Chuck

I am retired after a career in electronics and in publishing. Today, my wife of 50+ years, Sylvia, and I live in a house on a hill beside a dirt road in rural west Michigan. We enjoy living in this country environment where livestock and wild life out number the human population.

10 thoughts on “Basket Basking

  1. Wow. Fun! Somebody went through a lot of trouble to deliver that May basket! It’s good to see that fun tradition still lives on. 🙂

  2. That was a nice gift, how thoughtful of your May Day visitor! :hkitty:

  3. How special. It has been over 60 years since I last saw one of those. Of course, that is my fault since I don’t make and deliver them. : )

  4. That is lovely. I am so glad some kind people are keeping the tradition alive. Thanks for the link, and Happy May Day!

  5. Wow! That brings back memories! I remember when we were kids we’d make paper baskets with a handle. We’d fill them with flowers that we could find…usually dandelions…and hang them on neighbors door handles, ring the door bell and run away! Thanks for bringing back fond memories!

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