I think Armed Forces Day is way undervalued. Instead of wishing ACTIVE SERVING MILITARY PERSONNEL a thank you/happy day/thinking of you, we convolute it with VETRANS Day, those who have already done their service and are out.
What, no love for St. Swithin's Day?
No holidays in my birth month of August. :upset:
I'm an August kid as well (end of the month), one historical event that took place that I always remember is the bombing of Hiroshima (which my dad was one year old on the day that event happened).Quote:
Originally Posted by DQ
Does anybody know when is St. Hubbins day again? St. Hubbins ie. the patron saint of quality footwear.
I thought that was St. Birkenstock. :confused:
Labor Day is doubtfully a "lesser-appreciated" holiday since many people know when it is, but maybe its BBQ and party aspects aren't really as thankful for the laborers for whom the day is intended. It used to be the "unofficial end" to summer, as the local news mentioned, but with school FOUR WEEKS IN ALREADY, I wonder if it'll become a lesser holiday in time. My flag's out, too.
Thanks, labor people! :thumbsup: And thanks for employers letting us still labor! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Happy United Nations Day to all people in nations today!