Christians around the world celebrate Christmas as Jesus' birthday, although the exact date of His birth is unknown. Christmas features a combination of Christian and secular traditions, celebrated by religious and non-religious alike. Whatever your belief system, I wish you a holiday season abundant with family and friends, good health, delicious food, and inner peace. Merry Christmas!
A'phabet Day or No "L" Day is a pun on "Noel." Get it? Say "Noel" out loud. Celebrate by speaking or texting without using the letter "L."
Grav-Mass is a geek-style, punny Christmas alternative, honoring Sir Isaac Newton. You remember the story of Newton - he discovered gravity when an apple fell on (or near) his head. He was born on December 25th, 1642 (or January 4th, 1643, using the new calendar).
Celebrate National Pumpkin Pie Day if you have a little extra room on your holiday table. It's a nice change from the candy, cookies, and fruitcake.
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