“You’re kidding, right? There’s no such thing.” I laughed. Chris and I were in the middle of one of our marathon phone calls we used to have before we got married; the “perks” of a long-distance relationship. “I’m not kidding. It is National Cheeseburger Day. Did you eat one yet?” He responded. It was then that I learned that “holidays” exist for every day of the year. From funny to serious, my future husband knew about them all. Well, maybe not all, but he would check a favorite website so he knew which one it was on a given day.
Did you realize that on every day of the year there is some sort of holiday? I’m not lying. It’s true. Some days have multiple holidays. Of course, I had no idea this was the case until I met my husband. He bookmarked a website that keeps track of the daily holidays, Brownielocks and the Three Teddy Bears. Today, on this blog, we celebrate a very important holiday…National Ask a Stupid Question Day. Now, you probably want to ask me a stupid question, like “Why, Denise?” Of course, since it is Ask a Stupid Question Day, I would be