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June 18 is National Go Fishing Day. It's a great day to find a stream, pond or lake and go to catch a fish...or maybe a dozen.

     If you own a boat, great! If not, ask one of your friends to let you go on a fishing adventure with them. Just be sure to bring the bait!...

June 11 is Corn on the Cob day!
     It's a picnic or just a lazy on-the-deck or porch supper. School's out and kids in the neighborhood are shooting hoops til the wee hours after the elders have retired for the evening. (Don't those kids ever go to bed, it's 12:30 AM)...

NATIONAL DANCE LIKE A CHICKEN DAY

     Dance Like a Chicken Day is observed each year on May 14th!  

     This is an entertaining day from start to finish!  Everyone has probably danced the “Chicken Dance” at least once in their lifetime.  This silly...

In Children of Stone 

Marai, like many Middle Eastern wilderness dwellers raised sheep and goats. He shelters them in his own home in a cave in bad weather. I don't go much into his life as a shepherd except to say that he was skilled as a rock climber, industrious and...

     April is known as the Month of the Military Child. In that same vein, Military Brats Day is observed on April 30th. As fate would have it my first grandchild Joey was born on April 30. He is a full fledged military child. My daughter and son-in-law...

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