NATIONAL CHECKERS DAY AND DOGS IN POLITICS DAY. On September 23rd, National Checkers Day (which is also known as Dogs in Politics Day) recognizes Political Pooches or Candidate Canines, First Fidos, or Revolutionary Rovers. More dogs than presidents have lived in the White House. While this day marks the day in history that Checkers the dog stole the spotlight, many other powerful pooches found their way to center stage. From Ronald Regan’s Lucky and Herbert Hover’s nine different dogs, they either provided companionship or were a family me
NATIONAL GREAT AMERICAN POT PIE DAY
NATIONAL BRAVE DAY On the fourth Friday in September, National BRAVE Day honors women who lift each other up, rescue each other and make each other BRAVE. National BRAVE Day, seeks out tangible ways to encourage women to keep moving forward and to be BRAVE.
NATIONAL TEAL TALK DAY September 23rd is Teal Talk Day and each year, over 249,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer worldwide. So, gather your friends, wear teal for a day out together and talk.
NATIONAL SNACK STICK DAY
RESTLESS LEGS AWARENESS DAY
LOVE NOTE DAY
INNERGIZE DAY Innergize Day on the day after the Autumnal Equinox offers an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate. The fast pace of summer activities passes by now. Languid autumn days provide tranquil sunsets and peaceful moments. Do things you enjoy that make you feel good about yourself. Let stress and worry fade away for the day.
Actually, I totally disagree with this. For me, summer isn’t fast paced. It’s relaxing and rejuvenating. A time to do the things I enjoy that make me feel good. No stress. No worries. Fall means everything dies. My garden is gone, my house plants have to come inside. Trees lose all their leaves. Everything turns brown and dead. In the fall, it’s too chilly to go outside to look at sunsets. I prefer summer sunsets. I don’t like fall. I find fall to be depressing. I want summer to stick around a few more months.