Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Primero de Mayo















The first day in May is a special day in many countries.

In Mexico it is the day of the worker. All workers!

Even in Hawaii, today is celebrated as May Day or also known

as Lei Day to celebrate the island’s culture.

In Britain, May Day is still celebrated in many towns with the crowning

of the May Queen.

Today for many countries it is national holiday. Finland, France, Germany,

Italy, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Costa Rica,

Panama, Cuba, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru,

Uruguay, and Venezuela.

May 1st is also a national holiday in the Russian Federation and many Asian

countries such as China, Thailand, and Vietnam.

In Mexico, it is referred to as "Primero de Mayo".

Labor day is a reminder that out of honest work comes and honest living.

Which also pays off by character building, a more principled life,
and even an appreciation for hard work.
If you are lucky to be off today then enjoy your day.

Hard work tends to increase one's resiliency to life's challenges.

Never give up, and be grateful that you have work to do.

Make it a great día!