Hello May! Welcome this month of spring and its color, freshness and possibilities. Don’t miss one beautiful moment by planning and organizing each day with four Free printables.
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We have turned the calendar from colder, darker days to the hope of newness and rebirth. Our early spring just wouldn’t shake away the cold and snow. But May has arrived with flowering trees, and bulbs.
Around our yard, tulips and Iris are flowering, forget-me-nots with their dainty blue heads and forsythia are on display. The lilac is about to burst forth in heavenly fragrance and soft lavender color. Tiny bells are forming on the lily-of-the-valley.
It seemed fitting to create a calendar to welcome this lovely month that is as light and airy as spring itself. But I didn’t stop there. I created four helpful planners for organizing your days. There is a frameable wall calendar, a desk calendar, a weekly things-to-do page and a monthly things-to-do page.
Uncluttered and minimalist in design, the Hello May calendar looks decorative when framed and has an encouraging Bible verse on the bottom (Galatians 6:9).
The three additional pages have ample space to write in all of your important information and notes.
I’ve got my copy printed, framed and ready at my desk to say, “Hello May!”
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The dishes are home in my dining room china cabinet along with various white pieces that I use frequently.
I love how nice the pattern dishes work with my very favorite everyday dishes. Mikasa Ulitma are super strong, fine china that is chip-resistant, microwave safe and looks lovely in formal and casual table settings. I have had them for years.
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