Obviously, I think we should celebrate every day, no matter where we live, for our own reasons. However, there’s a website (see here) that tells people from the United States what they should be celebrating each day of the year.
For example, today is
National Devil Dog Day
National Babe Ruth Day
National Prime Rib Day
National Tell a Story Day
National Arbor Day – Last Friday in April
National Hairball Awareness Day – Last Friday in April
National Day of Silence – Changes Annually
Because today is National Tell a Story Day, I’d like to tell a story about yesterday.
Yesterday, I noticed hearts,
celebrated National Hairball Awareness Day a day early,
took pictures of other people’s pictures,
facilitated groups where people expressed lots of different feelings about many different topics,
dropped and broke my mindfulness chime,
realized that I had a spare mindfulness chime (not pictured),
encouraged people to share thoughts and feelings about significant relationships,
and did NOT celebrate National Pretzel Day.
What might you celebrate today?
Even though today is National Day of Silence (because it’s the last Friday in April), please feel free to make noise and tell a story in the comment section, below.
Every day at The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally is Gratitude Day, so thanks to all who helped me celebrate today, including you!