Also known by some as Beltane, today is May Day, the first day of May. It’s the mid-point between the spring and summer equinoxes, a time of fecundity and fire. May Day reminds us of the magic and energy of spring. Some may celebrate with a Maypole, threading between each other with long colorful ribbons. Others may enjoy a hot, fiery bonfire. Or perhaps you may just take a quiet walk in the woods or a park or even just through your neighborhood, acknowledging the beauty and promise of spring’s continuing awakening and unfurling. Breathe it all in, be merry and give thanks!