100+Hello May Images, Pictures, Quotes, and Pics [2020]


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Looking for the best hello May quotes and pictures, photos & images? We have rounded up some of the most beautiful Hello May images sayings, wallpapers, and pictures for you to welcome summer. May is the fifth month of the new year following April, with fresh energy and aspirations.

May 2020 will surely be a terrific one for all of you, where you will make new goals and try and be positive for the rest of the year. So bid goodbye April and welcome May with fantastic Hello May images, memes, gif pics, and for a great start of the new year.

It’s summertime and May the fifth chapter of the twelve months, and you should continue it with positive vibes, inspiration, and high energy.

Welcome May Quotes

  1. “Hello, May!”
  2. “Hello, June!”
  3. “Happy May!”
  4. “May is here.”
  5. “Hello Spring!!!”
  6. “Welcome, May.”
  7. “May is in the air.”
  8. “May – Chapter 5 of 12”
  9. “May – Page 122 of 366”
  10. “Happy 1st day of May.”
  11. “Hello, May to everyone.”
  12. “Well Hello there, May!!!”
  13. “Hello, May! Surprise me.”
  14. “Hello May, be kind to me.”
  15. “Hello, May! Just be great.”
  16. “Hello, May! Be good to me.”
  17. “Welcome, May. Lets party.”
  18. “Keep Calm and Hello May!”
  19. “Hello, May! Time to bloom.”
  20. “Goodbye May, Hello, June!”
  21. “Hello, May, please be gentle.”
  22. “Hello, May! Be a good month.”
  23. “Goodbye April, and Hello May.”
  24. “Hello, May, please be awesome!”
  25. “Hello, the month of May is here.”
  26. “Goodbye March, and Hello April.”
  27. “Welcome May, one day at a time.”
  28. “Welcome, May. Be a lucky month.”
  29. “Hello, May! Please be good to me.”
  30. “Keep Calm and Say Hello To May!”
  31. “Hello,May, make my dreams come true.”
  32. “You are as welcome as the flowers in May.”
  33. “Hello, May! Be a month of joy and renewal.”
  34. “Hello, May! The month of flowers and colors.”
  35. “Welcome May! Wishing you a fantastic month.”
  36. “Hello, May, trust in the magic of a new beginning!”
  37. “Hello, May! Open our eyes to the beauty of the world.”
  38. “March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers.”
  39. “Hello, May! Bring more happiness and peace in our lives.”
  40. “Wishing everyone a blessed month of May. All the Best!!!”
  41. “Hello May! Do to our hearts what you do to earth’s flowers.”
  42. “Sending you these pretty May blooms to say…Have a Happy May Day!”
  43. “Good Morning! Happy May. May it be filled with only showers of blessings.”
  44. “On May Day…here’s a bunch of lovely wishes… to wish you bright times ahead!”
  45. “Welcome, May! Wishing you a wonderful month filled with love and happiness.”
  46. “Hello, May! M- Make this month count, A- Accomplish your goals, Y- You can do this.”
  47. “New month, new day, new date, new chapter, new page, new wishes. Welcome May!!!”
  48. “May this first of May you rest but above all continue to fulfill your dream doing what you like.”
  49. “Goodbye April. Hello May. Please be a good month and bring smiles and happiness to my family and friends.”
  50. “Welcome May! Among the changing months, May stands confessed. The sweetest, and in fairest colors dresses!”
  51. “When you love someone, truly love them, you lay your heart open to them. You give them a part of yourself that you give to no one else, and you let them inside a part of you that only they can hurt-you literally hand them the razor with a map of where to cut deepest and most painfully on your heart and soul. And when they do strike, it’s crippling-like having your heart carved out.” ― Sherrilyn Kenyon
  52. “Lots of people go mad in January. Not as many as in May, of course. Nor June. But January is your third most common month for madness.” ― Karen Joy Fowler
  53. “In the deepening spring of May, I had no choice but to recognize the trembling of my heart. It usually happened as the sun was going down. In the pale evening gloom, when the soft fragrance of magnolias hung in the air, my heart would swell without warning, and tremble, and lurch with a stab of pain. I would try clamping my eyes shut and gritting my teeth, and wait for it to pass. And it would pass –but slowly, taking its own time, and leaving a dull ache behind.” ― Haruki Murakami
  54. “At last came the golden month of the wild folk– honey-sweet May, when the birds come back, and the flowers come out, and the air is full of the sunrise scents and songs of the dawning year.” ― Samuel Scoville Jr.
  55. “May is green and pink and red” ― Richard L. Ratliff
  56. “I had a chat with May and I had a sweet talk with April but the lovely conversation that left me to ponder was the long talk I had with June. Mathematics came to tell me that May is 3, June is 4 and April is 5. ‘ This should have been the counting order’ Mathematics said to me, and added, if you add 3 and 5 you shall surely get 8 and if you find the mid of 8 you will get 4 which is June. Ask June why the disorder! So I quickly called June and asked, why have you change the order? June said, ‘my brother, in this era, you should least give men things which are in order. Let them ponder and put things in order and they will learn something better’. I had to ponder and wonder. Then June added, those who will ponder to know why I have change the order to be at the mid of the other shall get to the mid of the other and wonder why they are at the mid of the other and end the other in wonder but, those who would never see why they must ponder when they get to the mid of the other to know why I am there shall end the other in disorder. They shall end the other and wander in the end! I was quick to ask June, which other? June calmly said, the twelve disciples of the year. Disciples’? I asked. June quickly said, I mean months! In your journey of life, take a break as you journey and ponder over the journey; June concluded!” ― Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
  57. “But the outsider in May, the one from Briery Swamp who had never fit quite right, kept her tucked safely in her nook.” ― Jodi Lynn Anderson
  58. “It’s genius simmering, perhaps. I’ll let it simmer, and see what comes of it,” he said, with a secret suspicion all the while that it wasn’t genius, but something far more common. Whatever it was, it simmered to some purpose, for he grew more and more discontented with his desultory life, began to long for some real and earnest work to go at, soul and body, and finally came to the wise conclusion that everyone who loved music was not a composer.” ― Louisa May Alcott
  59. “I want to lengthen, not shorten, my attention span, and most of the material splendors of the twenty-first century bully me in the opposite direction. The fault is mine, I’ll admit. I’m too slow-witted, reluctant to evolve, constitutionally unable to get with the program. I can’t afford the newest gadgets and I’m not a natural multitasker.” ― Phillip Connors
  60. “We may claim to believe in God, but we don’t want to believe so much that it makes us different.” ― Craig Groeschel
  61. “Make hay in May for you may never know what June is coming with and you may never know what July will present! When you see May, make hay!” ― Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
  62. “When placing an emergency call, it is important to remember that a corrupt or incompetent cop may be on their way to you.” ― Steven Magee
  63. “But you said you love me. You don’t just leave after that.” ― Ava Dellaira
  64. “Avoid any exercises that may produce injuries.” ― Steven Magee
  65. “The standard business model for corporations is to lie, confuse and deny anything that may threaten their profitability.” ― Steven Magee
  66. “Rain may cleanse the Earth, but it doesn’t wash away our tears.” ― Anthony T.Hincks
  67. “This may sound crazy, but ngjw ergwen iennj!” ― Anthony T. Hincks
  68. “In the suburbs of Delaware, spring meant not young love and damp flowers but an ugly divorce from winter and a second marriage to buxom summer.” ― Andrew Sean Greer
  69. “Many people may be heartbroken, but not enough to take action.” ― Craig Groeschel
  70. “Regarding solar power systems, the bigger the system is, the more likely it may go on fire.” ― Steven Magee
  71. “You may not love what you do but you must do what you love!” ― Md. Ziaul Haque
  72. “Then you have to remember to be thankful; but in May one simply can’t help being thankful . . . that they are alive, if for nothing else. I feel exactly as Eve must have felt in the garden of Eden before the trouble began.” ― L.M. Montgomery

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