Well, here we are, already entering the fifth month of the year. It seems unbelievable, but then that's what I say every year. so it must be the way time passes.
The word May comes from the Latin - the month of the goddess Maia. Maia is associated with fertility and growth. That seems quite applicable to sewing - our stash grows, and our experience grows every time we make something.
May also seems associated with merriment, with maypoles and May Day celebrations. Mind you , MayDay is also associated with labour (Labour Day) and with danger (the May Day distress call).
Which seems quite fitting as well. Sewing is a labour of love, can be fraught with all sorts of emotional and learning dangers where a May Day is put out (for chocolate, or else a warning to everyone else to beware, when the seam ripper is out!).
So, out with the sewing, in with the merriment, grow some more and make it again this month.
Looking forward to seeing your plans soon.