Happy Labor Day (USA) everyone.
Today’s funny is in the form of a sign that I ran across in my neighborhood the other day. I couldn’t resist taking a photo of it.
I wonder how many men are for sale at this man sale?
Are they throw-aways or are they in good shape? For that matter – how much does one cost?
If I buy one, will it take up too much space in my house?
Is it house-trained?
Since I already have one, do I really need another one?
and finally –
I guess this is one way to get rid of your guy – get rid of all of his toys.
No thanks – I’ll keep the one I have; he doesn’t take up too much space, he’s well-trained, and he’s as good as they get! A very good find.
Back to school for lots of the younger set out there, so the older set might have a wee bit of time to catch up on their reading – starting with this month’s celebrations – some wacky, some serious.
Monthly celebrations: Classical Music Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, and Self-Improvement Month
Daily – some of which I’ve skipped:
September 1: Emma M. Nutt Day – the first woman telephone operator
September 2: Labor Day, of course, but also National Beheading Day (don’t lose your head over this one)
September 4: Newspaper Carrier Day (I hope these people never lose their job because that would mean that the paper newspaper has become a thing of the past)
September 5: Be Late for Something Day – but not your own wedding!
September 6: Read a Book Day ; also Fight Procrastination Day
September 8: Grandparent’s Day – be sure to click on the link I’ve attached to see how Australia honors grandparents!
September 10: Swap Ideas Day
September 11: 911 Remembrance Day; also No News is Good News Day (which seems appropriate considering)
September 13: Blame Someone Else Day (it wasn’t me!)
September 16: Step Family Day (yippee!); also Mexican Independence Day
September 19: International Talk Like a Pirate Day
September 21: International Peace Day – best day of the month, and timely to say the least
September 27: Native American Day
September 28: National Good Neighbor Day – establish your own friendly neighborhood watch; simply watch out for one another
Stumbled across these special occasions for September in a local, Seattle-area magazine. The ones with which I am familiar are written in bold print; the rest, not so much. So tell me – do these celebrations sound familiar to you, in your part of the world?
- September 3: Labor Day
- September 4: Eat Another Dessert Day
- September 9: Grandparents Day
- September 13: Positive Thinking Day
- September 16: Working Parents Day
- September 17: Constitution Day
- September 21: International Peace Day
- September 23: National Checkers Day
- September 27: Ancestor Appreciation Day
- September 30: Chewing Gum Day