Posted on July 30, 2013
I hope you enjoyed this past week’s “National Days”, and were able to participate in some of them.
July 28th: Aubergine Day – I always thought aubergine was just a color, turns out it’s actually the British word for eggplant. It is a beautiful color though, wear the color or eat the vegetable today.
July 29th: Freeze Tag Day – Have fun with this age-old kids game.
July 30th: Learn A New Hymn Day – Find an unfamiliar hymn and learn it together as a family.
July 31st: Sandcastle Day – Whether you have access to a beach or just your backyard sand box, make a sandcastle today.
Aug. 1st: Read To Those Who Can’t Day – Take time today to read to a child who can’t read yet, or an older adult who has trouble reading anymore.
Aug. 2nd: Pass On Clothes Day – Find some clothes that you no longer need or want and give them to someone else who can use them.
Aug. 3rd: Watermelon Day – Enjoy the refreshing taste of a watermelon today.