Today’s post on Writing Wranglers and Warriors is written by author Joe Stephens and I think you’ll find it fitting. There is always a “National What?” day somewhere and Joe has picked out a few to share with us that are not only appropriate for this time of year, but may actually tickle your funny bone. Enjoy!
This post is by Joe Stephens
For those of a Christian bent, and even many of you who aren’t, undoubtedly know it’s Ash Wednesday, which is the first day of Lent, or the season that prepares believers for Holy Week, or the week that Jesus was crucified, buried, and resurrected. It’s the day that, assuming the weather isn’t like it is here today and people actually go places, you’ll see folks with a cross of ashes on their foreheads. So it’s an important observance for many. This got me to thinking about holidays and observances, which sent me off to Google just to find out what else today is. As I did my research, I found weekly and monthly events and observances too. Some are quite serious, like Black History Month, while some are just plain odd. Being kind of odd myself, I was drawn to those. So here’s a list…
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