Swirls of Life

Life is a swirl…

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Merry Christmas

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Snowflake Appreciation Day

Today is Flake Appreciation Day! In my area it usually doesn’t snow until January, but we had a small amount in November.

Do you like snow?

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National Chocolate Day

Today is National Chocolate Day in the United States!

Chocolate comes from a bean called Theobroma cacao. The word “chocolate” itself comes from the Spanish, and it stems from the Aztec word xocolatl, which means “bitter water.” The Aztecs pounded the cacao beans and drank them without adding any sugar, and they thought the beans came from the gods. Indeed, Theobroma means “food of the gods.”

What’s your favorite kind of chocolate? Milk chocolate is mine.

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Universal Childrens Day

Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954 by the United Nations and is celebrated on November 20th every year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare.

See more on how you can participate in Universal Children’s Day: by clicking here

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World Food Day

Today is World Food Day!

What’s your favorite food?

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National Cheeseburger Day

Today is National Cheeseburger Day! I’m all about any food that has cheese.

What toppings do you like on your burger?

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National Dog Day

Today is National Dog Day in the United States. I’m more of a cat person.

Do you have a dog?

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National Bowling Day

It’s National Bowling Day here in the United States. The last time I went bowling was about 2 years ago to celebrate a friend’s birthday. We spent the night eating pizza, singing to the songs playing, and of course bowling.

Do you like to bowl?

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Forgiveness Day

Forgiveness should be done throughout the whole year, but celebrating today’s holiday is a good way to start fresh. It’s important to forgive others and even sometimes yourself for past mistakes. “The most important thing that I learned in growing up is that forgiveness is something that, when you do it, you free yourself to move on.” – Tyler Perry

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