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I also found -
Mon. Feb. 18 – Family Day; Islander Day (Canada)
Tues. Feb. 19 – Lantern Festival (China)
February 18th is also National Drink Wine Day ( I am not kidding) . It is also National Crab-Stuffed Flounder Day.
The second one would have been really nice. So you've proven that you are a person with indisputable good taste and sense of style who is just occasionally confounded by technical obstacles.
President? Nah! Neither Mt. Rushmore nor a crazy carrot hairdo is appealing...
Family sounds rather ordinary
Chinese lanterns would be very stylish and romantic
You can't go wrong with booze
The weirdo in me is rooting for the crab stuffed flounder
Jen, I BEG you, please skip President’s Day!
wine sounds nice, flags of the different countries we all inhabit, mice and cats chasing them, anything.
Love the hearts!
It's Family Day here on Monday, and makes me think of this Midnight Castle Family!
I also would like to ignore/skip president’s day. I’d love Chinese lanterns - I think they’re beautiful.
The last week in February, Wednesday is Polar Bear Day!
But in honor of YEAR OF THE PIG...
Could we just have some adorable pig picture (I love pigs - they are remarkably intelligent, trainable and clean if you help them out (i.e. in any space they will eat, bed, shit and birth in different corners).
Indeed they are. I used to have a pot bellied pig named Lucy and she even did tricks. But her most favorite thing was sleeping at the end of the bed. She would oink to go outside to use the bathroom.
My vote is for pigs too.
You had me at wine.
I have a whole year to choose pigs.