Happy Thanksgiving to Everyone from Grammy’s Grid Click here to see where I party!
I asked the women in our private group that is exclusively for blogging grandmothers to share their Thanksgiving menus. Thanks so much ladies! Let’s see who shared and what they’ll be feasting on. I’ll start with myself, Dee from here at Grammy’s Grid: Glazed ham, baked duck, deep fried turkey, giblet gravy, cornbread dressing, candied yams, […]
As we know, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year, National Mammography Day is October 19. It is observed annually on the third Friday in October as part of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This day is a reminder that the best defense is early detection which can often detect a problem before there […]
NATIONAL FALL FOLIAGE WEEK I did a post on National Fall Foliage Week last year and although I am late this year reminding you about it, I hope you will enjoy this new post, learning about The Yankee Chef, and entering the giveaway. The week is observed every year beginning on the last Sunday of […]
Gratitude is the quality of being thankful, a readiness to show appreciation for, and to return kindness. Every year on September 21, World Gratitude Day is acknowledged. It began in 1965 during an international gathering where those attending pledged to express gratitude and appreciation one day each year. That gathering was at the International East-West […]
Who knew there was such a day as this? Be Late for Something Day was supposedly established by the Procrastinators’ Club of America, founded in 1956 by Les Waas. The club designated September 5 as the day to observe this unofficial holiday, as a day to promote the positive parts of procrastination. I don’t like […]
Did you know there was a National Buttered Corn Day? It is observed annually on August 23. You celebrate by eating corn with plenty of butter, on the cob or off the cob! Corn can be boiled, roasted, or steamed and can be made on the stove top, in the oven, on a grill, or […]
Wishing all of my readers a safe and happy 4th of July!
Francis Scott Key (1779-1843) was an American lawyer who is best known for writing a poem which later became the lyrics of the national anthem for the United States. The initial verse of “The Star-Spangled Banner” was written by Key as he watched a large American flag waving over Baltimore’s Fort McHenry on September 14, 1814. […]
MEMORIAL DAY 2018 Remember and Honor Click here to see where I party!