So, we have been out of school for nearly a month for those of us who actually still are in school, and apparently July is National Anti-Boredom Month. I am usually bored within a couple of days, so July, you need to come up with a way to keep my interest.
Is everyone ready to celebrate National Salad Month? Probably not, but lucky for you meat eats out there it is also National Barbecue Month. Also, take your best pictures for National Photograph Month. And be honest. How many of those pictures are selfies? We are all guilty of it.
The amazing holiday of celebrating a irrational number has come, Pi day. Please join me by doing random math and logic problems as wells as eating for favorite type of pie. My favorite is apple, but what is yours.
As everyone may know, Friday the 13th is my favorite holiday, so imagine my glee when there are been two in a row. I just love it when the first of the month lands on a Monday. For more about this amazing holiday, go to the article I wrote about by click here.
And remember, get you “pi” selections for tomorrow’s amazing holiday, Pi Day.
National Pig Day (those little piggies are so cute); Peanut Butter Lovers’ Day (I have I told you how much I hate peanut butter. No…Well I do.)
Old Stuff Day
I Want You to be Happy Day; If Pets Had Thumbs Day; National Anthem Day; Peach Blossom Day
Holy Experiment Day; Hug a GI Day
Multiple Personality Day
Dentist’s Day; National Frozen Food Day; Employee Appreciation Day (first Friday in March); National Salesperson Day (first Friday in March)
National Crown Roast of Pork Day (Why are we killing the little piggies? *tear*)
Be Nasty Day; International (Working) Women’s Day
Middle Name Pride Day
Johnny Appleseed Day; Worship of Tools Day
Girl Scouts Day; Plant a Flower Day; Popcorn Lover’s Day
Ear Muff Day; Jewel Day
Learn about Butterflies Day; National Potato Chip Day; National Pi Day (one of favorite holidays)
Everything You Think is Wrong Day; Ides of March; Incredible Kid Day; Dumbstruck
Everything You Do is Right Day; Freedom of Information Day
Submarine Day; Saint Patrick’s Day
Supreme Sacrifice Day; National Agriculture Day (date varies)
International Earth Day; Extraterrestrial Abductions Day; Proposal Day; Fragrance Day
National Quilting Day (third Saturday of March)
National Goof Off Day
National Chip and Dip Day; Dear Miss Day
National Chocolate Covered Raisin day (I also don’t like Chocolate, just so you know)
Pecan Day; Waffle Day
Make Up Your Own Holiday; National Spinach Day
National “Joe” Day
Something on a Stick Day
National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day; Smoke and Mirrors Day
National Doctor’s Day; I am in Control Day; Take a Walk in the Park Day
Bunsen Burner Day; National Clam on the Half Shell Day
Now that you know about the holidays of this month, go out and celebrate. Or not. The decision is totally up to you. But not Pi Day. Go out and tell every one that its Pi day. Now, let’s see how much Pi everyone gets for saying it.