There is so much fun, wonder, and magic to be had this month. We can’t wait to get started and so today we have a list of all the dates (and their accompanying holidays) that can be celebrated during this fabulous season.
I’m particularly looking forward to the 16th…and not just because I think Hanukkah is wonderful (and like to eat Latkes and Doughnuts for dinner).
1. Antartica Day, Rosa Parks Day, Eat a Red Apple Day, World Aids Awareness Day
2. National Fritter’s Day, Giving Tuesday, Special Education Day
3. National Roof Over Your Head Day
4. National Cookie Day, Santa’s List Day, Wear Brown Shoes Day, National Dice Day, World Wildlife Conservation Day
5. International Ninja Day, World Soil Day, Faux Fur Friday
6. St. Nicholas Day, Miners Day, Put on Your Own Shoes Day
7. Pearl Harbor Day, Letter Writing Day, National Cotton Candy Day
8. National Brownie Day
9. Christmas Card Day, National Pastry Day
10. Human Rights Day, Dewey Decimal System Day, Jane Addams Day, Nobel Prize Day
11. National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day, International Mountain Day
12. Poinsettia Day, Gingerbread House Day
13. Ice Cream Day, Violin Day
14. International Children’s Day, National Bouillabaisse Day
15. National Lemon Cupcake Day, Bill of Rights Day
16. Hanukkah begins, National Chocolate Covered Anything Day
17. National Maple Syrup Day
18. Bake Cookies Day, National Roast Suckling Pig Day
19. Oatmeal Muffin Day
20. Go Caroling Day
21. Humbug Day, National Flashlight Day, Look on the Bright Side Day, Crossword Puzzle Day, Winter Solstice
22. National Haiku Poetry Day
23. Festivus (for the rest of us),
24. National Chocolate Day, National Egg Nog Day, National Re-Gifting Day
25. Christmas Day, National Pumpkin Pie Day
26. Boxing Day, National Candy Cane Day, National Thank-You Note Day, National Whiner’s Day
27. Make Cut Out Snowflakes Day
28. Card Playing Day, Pledge of Allegiance Day
29. Pepper Pot Day
30. National Bicarbonate of Soda Day, Bacon Day
31. New Year’s Eve
Ok… I love these every month, but I feel the need to ask… HOW OH HOW can Fake Fur Friday be on a THURSDAY?
I also feel I may have some interesting cooking experiments on the 30th…
Fake Fur Friday isn’t on Thrusday…I put it on the 4th instead of the 5th by accident…I think when I was typing them all up all the F alliteration got me confused and it ended up on the fourth instead of the fifth….Thanks for catching that!
We wouldn’t want to wear our faux fur on the wrong day!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
All these food celebration days! How will I ever keep my girlish figure? Especially on the 30th. Bacon is one of my food groups!
Thanks for clarifying liZ – I could have made a faux fur faux pas!
(I’ve got the giggles now!)