Hello All Seasons Bloggers,

Thank you for linking up last week with your beautiful and lovely posts! We have entered a “busy” month with many significant days.
LOVE all the different kinds of experiences!

At the end of this first week of May was Cinquo de Mayo. California, bordering on Mexico, it’s feast here.
At the same time, in Holland and the rest of Europe the end of World War II is celebrated.
The day before that, it was the National day of prayer.
Next Sunday, Mothers day, and
at the end in the USA Memorial Day. Oh, not to forget,
May is the end of the school year for colleges.
This is just on top of my head, would be fun to share if you have any (other) celebrations:)



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Big cactus blooms – very commonly seen n Southern California






Restaurant in Adobe style. When there are so many, you can be choosy:)






Colorful Mexican art, seen in Old Town, San Diego.
These glazed pots are at least 4 feet high.
If you ever come there and are hungry for Mexican,
Old Town is the place for  authentic and inexpensive food!

Enjoy May!


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23 Comments Add yours

  1. Mascha says:

    Beautiful restaurent, would like to taste Mexican foods… and buy a blue-white flowerpot.
    Happy may-time 🙂

  2. Carol says:

    Like all the photos but that cactus flower does grab me.

  3. Rose says:

    I would love to have one of those glazed pots…or whatevery you want to call them. They are beautiful. That cactus flower is beautiful, too!

  4. I love San Diego and have explored Old Town and dined there to on visits. Those giant blue jars are amazing! May is full of so many holidays-have a Happy Mother’s Day!

  5. Sallie says:

    We love Mexican food and it is hard to find here in Florida … Oregon has great authentic restaurants, benefitting from being next door to CA! Pretty pictures all …guess I jumped the gun as my last weeks link celebrated May Day and the way we used to celebrate. This week it’s just birds )). Thanks for hosting!

  6. Jigsaw says:

    We loved Old Town San Diego when we visited several years ago, Jesh (see my photos from then here:
    I’d love to visit the US again and there may be a chance to do so this year… I hope!

  7. Mitzi says:

    Great cactus flowers! And those vases are amazing! Lovely post my dear…have an amazing week!

  8. Beautiful photos! Love the yellow cactus flower. Mine started blooming last week.


  9. That cactus is amazing!
    (I’ve netted myself some Australian birds!)

  10. My Desktop says:

    I think if we go round the world every single day of the year will be some kind of holiday or commemoration! All the more reason to celebrate each day of the year as a special day 🙂

  11. Klara S says:

    Wonderful capture of blooming cactus. Thank you for hosting.

  12. jMo says:

    That cactus is gorgeous, chica! You forgot my birthday (and it was a big one, ouch).

  13. jMo says:

    Oh and May Day. It’s also the start of fairs and festivals in WI. And being Norwegian, I can’t forget Syttende Mai which is a big deal a few towns over. I’ll hopefully make it for the parade this year and post pics.

  14. bettyl - NZ says:

    You found some fabulous colors to share! I do like the cactus blooms a lot.

  15. mpuppal says:

    Yellow cactus flowers are amazing!

  16. That cactus is striking and I love the pottery!

  17. Love the Cactus blooms and those gorgeous blue pots.

  18. I commented the other day but it doesn’t seem to have come through so I’ll try again. – I enjoyed the gorgeous cacti and the lovely blue vases very much.

  19. Sharon says:

    The yellow blooming cactus is so beautiful! And yes, May is filled with happy, sunny days here in California, when even the desert plants bloom.

  20. jesh stg says:

    Is it already warm in Southern Cal? Here in the mountains, we’ll still put on the heat for the cold nights:)

  21. Great photos Madame!
    I love old town in San Diego. So much history there…

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