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This Week In Ridiculous Holidays: September 16 – September 22

I feel like we have been short on good food holidays lately, which is probably good as we head into the winter and I put on a little of my “I live in New England and it’s really cold here” insulation weight. But I will definitely be getting some pepperoni pizza…

Monday, September 16

National Play-Doh Day

So messy, yet so fun.

National Cinnamon Raisin Bread Day

Cinnamon raisin toast is an A-plus breakfast.

National Step Family Day

Can’t we just use the word family?

National Working Parents Day

I barely have the energy to work; I can’t imagine having to do it with a child.

Mayflower Day

“Mayflower Day commemorates the day the ship set sail from Plymouth, England in 1620.” Who knew?

Tuesday, September 17

National Professional House Cleaners Day

I seriously need to hire one of these and I will appreciate him/her, big time.

National Apple Dumpling Day

Yum.

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day

Can YOU pass the U.S. Citizenship test?

National Monte Cristo Day

Basically a warm ham and cheese. I don’t like ham, so no thanks.

National IT Professionals Day

Gotta love those IT peeps.

Wednesday, September 18

Airforce Birthday

“The official Air Force Birthday is recognized as September 18, 1947, which is the date of the passage of the National Security Act of 1947. That legislation created what would later become to known as the United States Department of Defense.”

National Cheeseburger Day

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day

“In 2008, the AIDS Institute launched this day to bring awareness to the challenging issues the aging population faces with regards to HIV prevention, testing, care and treatment.”

Thursday, September 19

National Pawpaw Day

Is this yet ANOTHER grandparents day?

National Butterscotch Pudding Day

Big fan.

Talk Like A Pirate Day

If you change your Facebook to this, I will unfriend you.

Friday, September 20

National Fried Rice Day

I like it when they don’t put egg in it. The egg is weird.

National Pepperoni Pizza Day

If I get a pizza topping, it’s 99% of the time gonna be pepperoni.

National Punch Day

I’m going to assume we mean the drink?

National String Cheese Day

The snack of little kids and dieters everywhere!

National Tradesmen Day

Since I can’t fix shit, I am eternally grateful for all tradespeople.

National POW/MIA Recognition Day

Those who gave the most so we can live free.

Saturday, September 21

National Chai Day

I don’t love chai. I feel so untrendy.

National Pecan Cookie Day

Nothing better than a good pecan sandie.

National New York Day

Fun fact: Toilet paper was invented by Joseph Gayetty of New York City. Thanks, Joe.

National Dance Day

National Gymnastics Day

I did gymnastics for one year but then I discovered I was afraid of the beam. Oh well.

Puppy Mill Awareness Day

Adopt don’t shop.

Responsible Dog Ownership Day

If you can’t take care of a dog, don’t get one.

National CleanUp Day

I so need to clean out my house. This is my super exciting plan for the week between Christmas and New Years.

National Singles Day

Vacation plans such as the ones above are probably why I’m still single.

National Seat Check Saturday

Did you know that you can have your car seats checked at the fire station? You’re welcome.

Sunday, September 22

American Business Women’s Day

Shouldn’t this be during the week? Like when businesswomen usually work?

Car Free Day

If I don’t drive my car because I don’t leave the house because I’m watching football, does that count?

National Centenarian’s Day

You live to over 100? Every day should celebrate you.

Elephant Appreciation Day

Who doesn’t love an elephant?

National Girls’ Night In Day

Why would I have girls night in on a Sunday?

Hobbit Day

I’m not into this Harry Potter stuff, but sure.

National Ice Cream Cone Day

Nothing better than a sugar cone.

National Legwear Day

Leggings are not pants, but I still love them.

National White Chocolate Day

White chocolate is not chocolate and I will fight anyone that says otherwise.

2 comments

  1. I always recommend attending a naturalization ceremony. If you can make it through the whole ceremony without tearing up, you’re a cold person. Beautiful time!

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