March 19 is Act Happy Day. Join the celebration -- ACT HAPPY! Act Happy Day was founded by Dr. Dale Anderson, who prescribes fun and creative method-acting techniques to unlock a person's ability to become "high on life."
Be Electrific Day On February 11, we honor the birth of inventor Thomas Alva Edison . . . and we discover the electricity within our own bodies. Celebrate by skating across the carpet in your stocking feet . . .
It's World Smile Day! Today, everyone deserves a smile. World Smile Day Harvey Ball, creator of the smiley face, also had the idea for World Smile DayR, when he thought that we should all devote one day each year to smiles and kind acts throughout the world.
O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. Happy Canada Day
Let the song of the earth free your spirit to rise and soar! Happy World Human Spirit Day February 17 World Human Spirit Day On this day, people all over the world will come together in mind and spirit to celebrate their genuine connection with each other with two minutes silence at 3.00 p.m., USA Eastern Standard Time.
On March 2nd was born Theodor Geisel, He wrote stories for kids that were nice-el. The two Brothers Grimm and Ol' Mother Goose, Had nothing on Geisel -- cuz he's Dr. Seuss. Have a fun one! Dr. Seuss wrote and illustrated 44 children's books, including The Cat in the Hat, How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Green Eggs and Ham. Most of his tales featured bizarre creatures and rhyming text.
Attention, Men! This is your final warning! Tomorrow is Valentine's Day! Please respond within the next 24 hours with flowers,candy,gifts, and romance novel hero-quality behavior. A Public Service Announcement for all men who are currently in (and wish to remain in) a relationship.
On Pearl Harbor Day, December 7 . . . We honor their memory . . . On December 7, 1941, the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor in Oahu, Hawaii, was attacked by Japanese planes. Nearly two hundred ships and aircraft were destroyed, including the U.S.S. Arizona. More than 2,300 Americans lost their lives. The next day, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared that the U.S. had entered World War II. While addressing Congress, he uttered one of the most famous lines in U.S. history: "[December 7] is a date which will live in infamy."
December 22nd Christmas Tree Lights Day Honoring Thomas Edison, who created the first Christmas tree lights in 1882. You know, it's only fitting that Edison invented Christmas tree lights. It takes a genius to untangle them! Merry Christmas Tree Lights Day!
Bow down before your masters, human underlings! Today Is Respect Your Cat Day! March 28th Respect Your Cat Day On this day in 1384, England's King Richard II issued an edict forbidding the consumption of cats.
April 7 is No Housework Day! A good day to fantaize about two men... One to cook, and one to clean. Today there shall be no laundry. No dishes. Now vacuuming. And no guilt. Enjoy this holiday while it lasts.
It was we, the people; not we, the white male citizens; nor yet we, the male citizens; but we, the whole people, who formed the Union.... Men, their rights and nothing more; women, their rights and nothing less. -- Susan B. Anthony Celebrate Women's Equality Day, August 26
it's Word Vegetarian Day Keep lean, With a green and beta-carotene Cuisine, for protein, try soybean. October 1 World Vegetarian Day Celebrating vegetarianism's benefits to humans, animals, and our planet.
"The question is not when we came here but why our families came here. And what we did after we arrived." -- Former President Jimmy Carter Celebrate National Diversity Day. Our differences make us stronger!
Celebrate the life of a true American hero, Susan B. Anthony, on her birthday . . . February 15 Raised in New York, Susan B. Anthony spent part of her twenties teaching at a Quaker seminary. After the Civil War, she became a passionate leader for the women's suffrage movement. And, in 1866, she co-founded the American Equal Rights Association. Over a century later, Anthony became the first woman depicted on U.S. currency.
"It is from the blues that all that may be called American music derives its most distinctive characteristic." ---James Weldon Johnson Celebrate the Blues . . . Birth of the Blues Day November 16, 2007 Born on November 16, 1873, in Memphis, Tennessee, W.C. Handy is considered the "Father of the Blues." Though Handy didn't invent blues music, he took its unique, syncopated rhythms and made them popular in mainstream America.
"We, the peoples of the United Nations . . . reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal right of men and women and of nations large and small." Charter of the United Nations (June 1945) Join us . . . Human Rights Day December 10 About Human Rights Day: In the words of the United Nations general assembly resolution, human rights education is designed to be "a life-long process by which people at all levels of development and in all strata of society learn respect for the dignity of others and the means of ensuring that respect in all societies." Human rights education is intended to encourage fundamental freedoms for all people. On this day -- and every day.
Ladies and Gentlemen... Start your shopping spree! It's Black Friday -- Happy Busiest-Shopping-Day-of-the-Year! The day after Thanksgiving is considered the start of the holiday shopping season. It is widely believed the term "Black Friday" refers to merchants being "in the black" due to increased sales.