This week I broke out my mom’s old button collection for October 21st, “Count Your Buttons Day”: Dru went with October 25th, “National Shoe Lovers’ Day”:
This lovely building provided me with this week’s photo for Ocotber 17th, “Wear Something Gaudy Day”: This is one of my absolute favorites from Dru. He beautifully captured October 16th, “National Feral Cat Awareness Day”: Love, love, love this photo!!!
This week I went with October 6th, “National Noodle Day”: I absolutely love this photo Dru took for October 9th, “Curious Events Day”!!
Dru and I both chose October 2nd this week. I went with “National Poetry Day”… …while Dru went with “National Name Your Car Day”.
I was very excited this week to celebrate the first day of my favorite season: September 23rd, the first day of fall! Dru commemorated September 27th, “Crush a Can Day”:
Wow. Thirty-seven weeks and counting. I was just looking at the album of photos on Facebook, and the early ones seem like so long ago! This week I happened upon something that fit perfectly for September 21st, “International Day of Peace”: Dru went with September 16th, “Grito de Dolores” (Mexican Independence Day).
Usually when preparing for this project, I scour 6 or 7 different websites that all have slightly different lists of unique holidays to see what’s available and find the one that I’ll choose to illustrate that week. But this week I stopped looking as soon as I discovered that September 13th was “Fortune Cookie Day.” […]
This week I couldn’t resist the very bad pun that came into my head when I learned that September 7th was “Pet Rock Day.” (Har-har. Get it?) Dru gave us an before and after shot of the labors he accomplished on September 1st, Labor Day:
This week brought August 31st, “Eat Outside Day”: Dru went with August 30th, “National Bacon Day”:
This week I decided to celebrate August 18th, “Bad Poetry Day”: Poor Dru couldn’t pass up the opportunity to go with August 22nd, “Take Your Cat to the Vet Day”–something that, as you can see, he has become all too familiar with of late: