Dewy Dewy Dew

May 1, 2009

Soft and new, dewy, dewy dew

Soft on the grass is the morning dew.

(a simple circle song we sing through Autumn, tiptoing rhythmically around the circle with “dewy” feet)

daisies

Today (after an early morning wash of dew on my feet, hands and face) I returned inside with a handful of daisies.  Before I knew it a few had braided themselves into my hair… old habits and sweet childhood memories linger on and oddly meander into the Autumn of another hemisphere…

For last year’s may day see here

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8 Responses to “Dewy Dewy Dew”

  1. Jennifer D Says:

    Beautiful daisies! I would love to see a picture of them braided into your hair 🙂 The girls and their 6 yr old cousin are going to be flower girls in my sil’s wedding in a couple of weeks and I’m wondering what to do with their hair – would love to do something with real flowers! Will have to look into daisies now!

  2. Jennifer Tan Says:

    Thank you for sharing the beautiful circle song! We’ll incorporate the song in one of our upcoming circle times. 🙂

  3. Mama Randa Says:

    No dew here… only neverending torrents of rain.

  4. dottyspots Says:

    Daisies are one of my favourite flowers – so simple and yet so beautiful. I love making daisy chains in the summer 🙂

  5. julie Says:

    I love daisies for there fresh simplicity. I still love wearing flowers in my hair. I beautiful song too. My daughters come home from school with wonderful seasonal songs. They always make me smile with happiness.

  6. myartemismoon Says:

    It is lovely to hear from a few new commenters, and welcome 🙂 Thankyou too to those I have heard from before, I really appreciate you all taking the time to comment and share the daisy love!

  7. Anne Says:

    Sounds lovely..:)

  8. gardenmama Says:

    I am enjoying your fresh simple and beautiful posting in celebration of the seasons, it is a lovely thing to be moving with them.


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