Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Fact of the Day: Month of Maia

May is named after the Roman and Greek goddess Maia. She was the mother of Mercury/Hermes with Jupiter/Zeus. 

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  1. that's cool does she have something to do with flowers?

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    1. not exactly, I couldn't find a good picture of her for the post. Maia doesn't exactly have garments that cover herself very well.

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  2. Not sure how the flower is related to this.

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    1. it's a flower that's the symbol of the month of may

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  3. I guess her cheeks weren't rosy pink?

    Did you know Bryan and Dezzy go clothes shopping together? I guess you did.

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    1. pfft... Blue, I don't even know who Bryan is :) But anyone can take me shopping anytime....

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  4. Very nice and interesting fact today. Happy first of May , Adam.Kisses:)

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  5. I was born in May, do you think that some of it rubbed off me?

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  6. super post

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  7. Just like all the gods she slept around

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  8. Love this flowers)
    Keep in touch!
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  9. Me encanta Mayo!!Es mi mes.
    Saludos
    http://judithbysucre.blogspot.com.es

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  10. Happy May to you and Daisy:)

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  11. Seems like most of our days and months are named after Greek Mythology.

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  12. Did she have the power to make flowers bloom?

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  14. nicde info.
    everything has a reason to be named after

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  15. I thought for a moment Maia has something to do with flowers.

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