crafts today, something else tomorrow


for some reason I thought it was a Mother's Day thing ...? Probably because that's the day I spotted it. But really it would make more sense as a May Day thing.

I spotted it on Mother's Day as well and I suspect that's what it's in celebration of. But the idea of a May Day maypole-esque decoration appeals to me on an aesthetic level. And I'm also not discounting the idea of an undergrad freaking out about finals and getting a little floral.

It's a mystery.

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