Happy Memorial Day!
This year, instead of parades and picnics, we’re probably all celebrating with our families at home.
Let’s all take a moment to remember all of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and for us to be at home with our families today.
And for sure this year, adding all the essential workers who we lost due to them treating us during this pandemic.
Are you with me on this one guys?
Our neighbors throw a Cinco de Mayo party every year.
I mean, their dog is named Taco and his birthday is May 2. 🙂
Since life looks a little different, the neighborhood is having a “drive through” party.
I think this means margaritas in the driveway!!
Who doesn’t love celebrating love?
I wear red and pink clothes (year round, really) throughout February because it’s so much fun.
We don’t go all out for Valentine’s Day like we would a birthday or Christmas, but I like to get The Hubster and some of our favorite peeps a little treat.
Come on in to see what I found this year.
Happy New Year!
I hope all of you have a great start to 2020 and that your year ahead is the best one yet.
Look forward to all of the fun we get to have together!
Today, I’m thankful that I get to spend the day with the people that mean the most to me – my family. Today, we’re all together and we’re (fairly) all healthy.
Today I also am praying for all of you – maybe you enjoy the day with your families and loved ones as well.
Let us thank every single veteran today.
I’m grateful for all of the Honor Flight veterans I saw a few weeks ago.
And mostly for my Grandpa, Father-in-Law, and Brother-in-Law who served the country proudly.
What is Labor Day?
Always held on the first Monday in September, Labor Day was the idea of Peter J. Maguire (although recent research has shown that it might have been his brother Matthew’s idea), a labor union leader who in 1882 proposed a celebration honoring the American worker.
The date chosen was simply “convenient,” according to Maguire, because it was midway between the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving.
Thank you to all of the hard workers. We appreciate you!
Happy Independence Day America!
I work for a Brit, so this is also appropriate for today! 😉
Hope you all have a fantastic day and enjoy celebrating with your family and friends.
I’ll be back on Monday! 🙂
Happy Memorial Day!
Today isn’t about picnics, yard work, and being outside. It’s about remembering all of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for the country.
Today, I remember my Grandpa. While we didn’t lose him in combat, he did serve in WWII and proudly wore his veteran’s hat for many years.
He and so many others are a great example of serving your country.
We miss him and feel grateful for his sacrifice.
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