May 1st marks Labor Day, which for Danes is a cause for a huge celebration. Every year, more than 50,000 people flock to Faelledparken in Copenhagen-- a large, open field just outside of the center city. While politicians make speeches, the gathering has been overrun with vendors and live music. The weather today really could not have been better and I certainly enjoyed soaking up the sun with my friends on our picnic blanket. Why can't Labor Day in the States be this much fun!