Look down at the ground as you go about your business today. Go off the beaten path in search of nature's beauty or a real treasure. Today is Collect Rocks Day.
Celebrate National Play Doh Day with a young person. Rekindle the fun of making pasta, worms, coiled bowls, and any number of fanciful creations.
The third Sunday in September is National Women's Friendship Day. Do something special for the women in your life who are always there when you need to laugh, to cry, or to simply talk.
The third Sunday in September is also National Neighborhood Day. Do you take pride in your neighborhood? Do you know your neighbors by name? Everyone is busy these days, but take time to extend a hand in friendship.
Wrinkled Raincoat Day is a tribute to Peter Falk, the actor who played the rumply detective Columbo on TV for many years. Just one more thing.... Falk was born on this date in 1927.
Today is National Working Parents Day. If you're a working parent, consider taking time off to recharge or spend more time with your family. Many of us are home on Sunday, anyway. Take full advantage of this precious opportunity.
Attention all loving husbands! Today is National Wife Appreciation Day. Even a few words of appreciation will do, along with a romantic kiss. Flowers or diamonds are optional.
September 16th is Mayflower Day, commemorating the date in 1620 when the Pilgrims and other passengers and crew left Plymouth, England, beginning a 66-day voyage to the New World.
Anne Bradstreet Day honors a Puritan woman, considered by many to be the first American poet. Her birth date is not known; September 16th, 1672 is the date of her death.
Mexico observes Independence Day on September 16th, celebrating independence from Spain. The celebration is bigger than Cinco de Mayo. When the clock strikes eleven in Mexico City, the president shouts, "Viva Mexico! Viva la Independencia!" All across Mexico, in unison, people echo those words.
On this date in 1975, Papua New Guinea gained independence from Australia. Happy Independence Day!
Today's only food celebration is National Guacamole Day. Whip up a fresh batch of guac, grab a bowl of chips, and enjoy. Add a Mexican beer or a margarita if you so choose!
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