Labor Day

It's the unofficial end of summer. Backyard cookouts, trips to the beach or lake, and even camping trips often cease after the holiday. With fall around the corner, I start to think of bonfires, hayrides, falling leaves, and Halloween. Today is the Labor Day Holiday in the United States, a day designated to pay tribute... Continue Reading →

Independence Day

Hey, Everyone! Today is a Holiday here in the United States, so I'm taking a day off. I'll be back tomorrow with my monthly book review post. Mystery Monday will return next week. Enjoy the day!

In Memory

Tomb of The Unknown Soldier, Washington, DC Today is Memorial Day, a time set aside to remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. All gave some... Some gave all.

Veteran’s Day

Veterans Day first came about on November 11, 1919, when President Woodrow Wilson issued a message to Americans expressing what he felt the day meant. Originally known as Armistice Day, it coincided with the first anniversary of the ending of World War I. It has since become a time in which we honor all United... Continue Reading →

Lincoln’s Ghost #MysteryMonday

Hey everyone! Those of us in the USA are celebrating President’s Day. Formed by the Uniform Federal Holidays Act in 1971, the day was created to celebrate the birthdays of Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Today, I’m going to talk about Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln was our sixteenth president and served from 1861-1865 during one... Continue Reading →

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