Where I live, the Sun set today at 7:48 pm. And tomorrow, there will be four more minutes of daylight than there were today.
Tomorrow is May Eve, when some traditions celebrate Beltane; others wait until the following day, May Day itself.
Happy Beltane! Happy May Day!
What is happening in nature where you live right now, this time of year? What animals, plants, flowers, insects do you see? How is that different from what was happening in mid-March?
What is the Sun doing where you live right now? Has its angle in the sky changed since Spring Equinox? How much longer are the days than they were in mid-March? (For some help with this one, see this nifty set of tools at the US Naval Observatory: http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/. You don't need to be in the US!)
What do Beltane and May Day mean to you? Are they the same, or different?
Weaving a May Pole is common in many cultural and religious traditions this time of year. What are you weaving into your life now for the next year, over the next year?
Weave, weave, weave, weaveWomen weave the web of lifeSisters everywhere are weavingGoddess every one.~ (c) Roses, Too! Tradition; to the tune of "Rose, Rose / Dear friend"