Rantings and Ravings and the Occasional Sane Comment of a priest blogging from the Global Center. I have a camera and I'm not afraid to use it! Now with Lovely Mona!!
As always, I hope your work space is brightly festooned with flowers.
I became aware of International Labor Day after I was in Austria. Heard band music outside the window and wwent to look. There was a large parade of people with banners. Until then I thought May Day was a time young girls dance around a Maypole.
Go, comrade!(I can read the top line but my Russian is not good enough for the bottom one. Happy May Day, Comrade Mickey!)
Paul, the bottom one looks like a reference to eating pork in celebration. Of course I could be wrong! :-)
The bottom line (thanks to Google translate) is we are on the farm, so I assume it indicates that all workers stand together.
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