Forget sugarplums dancing in your head. Enjoy sweet fruity wine dancing on your tongue, instead. It’s practically required for National Sangria Day! Why do we celebrate sangria in December? After all, the light refreshing drink is perfect for a warm summer day. No clue! We have not been able to find who created […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Are you aware of reptiles? Well, of course you are. But how much do you really know about them? If the answer is “not much” or even “less than I’d like to”, then today is for you. It’s Reptile Awareness Day! We haven’t been able to discover who started this day or when. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Nachos! They’re a favorite game-day (or any day) snack. Loaded nachos, complete with meat and/or beans plus tons of toppings can even be a whole meal. And today we celebrate nachos any way you like them, with National Nachos Day. Yep. You really do have an excuse to have nachos all day today. So […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It was Will Rogers who said “Common sense ain’t that common.” And 128 years after that talented man’s birth, it was Bud Bilanich who created Use Your Common Sense Day. Why did he feel the need for a day to encourage the use of common sense? Because even people who should know better tend […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hard on the heels of indulging your kitties for National Cat Day, it’s Go Cook For Your Pets Day. Today your pets deserve more than dry kibble or canned bits in gravy. No. They deserve that steak or chicken or pork chop they’re always begging for a bite of (or all of). After all, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Knock knock. Who’s there? Luck. Luck who? Luck through the keyhole and you’ll find out. October 31 isn’t just Halloween. There’s plenty of other things to celebrate, like knock-knock jokes! That’s right, the day also hosts National Knock-Knock Jokes Day. We have no idea when this day started or who created it. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
On the last Friday in October we celebrate the birth of the popular horror character, Frankenstein’s monster, with Frankenstein Friday. The famous monster was born in 1818 when 21-year old Mary Wollenstonecraft Shelley published her now-famous story, Frankenstein. The Frankenstein in the book was actually the scientist, Victor Frankenstein, who created (but […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Although cats no doubt think this should be every day, October 29 is National Cat Day. It’s a day to celebrate all things feline. To recognize the loving little creatures cats are. And to help more of them find their very own furever homes. Because each and every one deserves it. Colleen Paige created […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Chocolate lovers, here’s another day for you: National Chocolate Day. Now, if it seems like we just celebrated, chocolate, that’s probably because we did. Just a few weeks ago, on September 13, we celebrated International Chocolate Day. But we can never have enough days to celebrate chocolate. There’s just so many ways to enjoy […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Cranky co-workers. We all have ‘em (or had ‘em), and today’s the day to give them their due. It’s Cranky Co-Workers Day! This lighthearted day comes from the fertile minds of Thomas & Ruth Roy, over at WellCat. According to this day’s official page: “In honor of all the complaining and just plain cranky […]Continue Reading... No Comments.