My other post for today was completely and totally random, and I figure I owe you an apology for that. So I'm sorry. My bad, everyone... my bad.
Now that I've finished with that... let's move on.
It's Tuesday!! That means we're almost 2/5 of the ay through the boring, long, drawn-out work week. To me, that's good news, becuase it's not only 1/5, right? And it's better than nothing. Not quite as good of a feeling as when you suddenly realize it's Wednesday and you're further in than you thought, but still better than when you think, for some reason, that it's Thursday, when in actuality - it's only Tuesday. I do this all the time. It's those dad-gum "T" days, I tell you. They get me all the time!! At least with the "S" days, we're happy to have either one of them... but these "T" days... it's like they're out to getcha!!
Wow... moving on, again...
Sometimes I like to share with you the Random holidays of the Day, so without further adueue (sp?) here are today's Random Holidays:
- National Hoagie Day
- National Beverage Day
- National Teacher's Day (Tuesday of the first full week)
- National River Clean Up Day (First Tuesday in May)
- American Lung Association Birthday
- School Family Day
- Willie May's Birthday
- International No Diet Day
- National Nurse's Day
- Anniversary of Babe Ruth's first Major League Home Run in 1915
So basically, this is what your day should consist of: You and your family should go to school together, take a field trip to the local River and clean up the sight. Don't forget to invite the school Nurse! At lunch, break-out some greasy, no-good, fattening hoagies and a complimenting sugar-filled drink of your choosing (the School Nurse will definitely come in handy, here). No smoking, though, by the River, becuase this is the American Lung Association's Birthday - so while we're here, and going tobacco free for at least a day (if NOT your entire life, preferrably), let's sing Happy Birthday to "ALA and Willie May" (you liked the rhyming I threw in out of no where, didn't you! Admit it... you SO did.) And everyone should wear striped pants, eat Baby Ruth candy bars, and wear little Band-aid stickers that say "I love my Nurse".
I think I've said enough for today. Too much, really. Later skaters!!