Dyngus Day is a Polish and Polish-American holiday observed the day after Easter Sunday and celebrating the end of lent. … The word “Dyngus” is sometimes also spelled “Dingus” and loosely means worthy, proper or suitable. 2. Dyngus Day dates back to the baptism of Prince Mieszko I on Easter Monday in 966 A.D.
Hope you guys had a great Easter Sunday with your family and friends. We definitely did!
Today we’re off relaxing from the crazy weekend and celebrating Dyngus Day!
I thought everybody celebrated today and then I moved out of Buffalo and realized everybody doesn’t wear red today. lol