Swirls of Life

Life is a swirl…

National Concert Day

Happy National Concert Day! It has been observed on the first Tuesday of May since 2015.

Speaking of concerts you can read about the first one I attended by clicking here.

Who do you want to see live?

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National Burrito Day

Today is National Burrito Day! I’ve actually never had one. Tacos are great though.

Contrary to popular belief burritos are actually an American food.

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National Student Volunteer Day

Today is National Student Volunteer Day!

Even if you’re not in school this is a good opportunity to help people in your community and make the world a better place.

It starts with you.

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National Spaghetti Day

Today is National Spaghetti Day! In 2000, 1.3 million pounds of spaghetti were sold in American grocery stores. If all of those packages were lined up they would circle the Earth nine times!*

What’s your favorite kind of pasta?


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Songs of the Month: Christmas Edition


I’m switching it up again since it’s December, which means Christmas is coming! There are soo many good holiday songs that it’s too difficult to feature only one. Here are my top 5!


What are your favorite Christmas songs?

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National Stuffing Day

Today is National Stuffing Day! Technically, it’s supposed to be used to “stuff” a turkey, but I’ve always eaten it separately.

What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food?

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International Artist Day

International Artist Day was launched in 2004* to honor the contribution artists make to society. Below is some various art I got from my friends and online (bonus points if you can correctly guess which one I did).

Even though I don’t draw or paint much anymore, I still consider hairstyling an art.

What’s your favorite art form?

*Source: http://www.internationalartistday.com/

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World Card Making Day

Today is World Card Making Day!

Now that we have so much modern technology paper cards are slowly becoming obsolete. That makes them more special in my opinion.

A few years ago I brought some cardstock to make my own cards for people. This is a good time to get a headstart on the Christmas season.

Do you give people cards?

Disclaimer: I got the photo in this post online, but I’m going to try recreating it myself.

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