365 Trivia Twist Devotions: Fun Facts and Spiritual Truths for Every Day of the Year by David R. VeermanExplore a world of amazing trivia and exciting spiritual truths!
Every daily devotion in 365 Trivia Twist Devotions is based on a historical happening, intriguing invention, or offbeat holiday associated with that calendar day. From George Washingtons birthday to National Waffle Day, each reveals the truths of Gods Word in a fun new way. Bible verses and additional fun facts help to give every day of the year its own unique trivia twist.
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The Month of May 2019: Holidays, Fun Facts, Folklore
The Sun is warming, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and the garden is growing. May is named for the Roman goddess Maia, who oversaw the growth of plants. Asparagus frittata. Among the changing months, May stands confessed The sweetest, and in fairest colors dressed! The hawthorn means hope, while the lily-of-the-valley symbolizes sweetness or the return of happiness. See birthstone meanings.
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May History, Trivia and Fun Facts
Tips On Planning Your Party. Celebrate the holidays with food! Celebrate With Party Drinks:. Food Holidays. Our directory introduces holidays to the world. Join us each month to learn how to celebrate each observance. Therefore May in the Southern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent of November in the Northern Hemisphere and vice versa.
Share stunning photographs of celebrations around the world. Some Astonishing Misconceptions! And so was washing a blanket! Those were the times, when everyone was aware about the significance of the months and the celebrations that followed. Nowadays, it's only about birthdays or any special events in the particular month. However, don't worry!
Back to Today in History. She was the goddess of fertility. The Romans had a similar goddess named Bona Dea. They held the festival for Bona Dea during the month of May. The Romans called the month Maius.