It’s Hump Day!
But in Montana, apparently the wind was blowing kinda hard, and the locals thought they said…
Ski Jump Day
So now they have snow. On September 10th. And more on the way.
Man, that is early.
Listen more carefully, folks.
Did you put a zucchini on your neighbor’s porch today?
lf you’re a gardener, today was a national holiday devoted to casting off the excess veggies from your harvest.
So I hope you paid it forward…
A chance viewing on the great Google machine inspired the question:
With all the bizarre holidays out there, why don’t we celebrate Funny Chalkboard Sign Day?
There are so many really funny chalkboard signs outside bars and restaurants…and I think they deserve some recognition.
I posted some of the my favorites below.
Have you seen others that deserve a shout out? Post them in the comments. And look for the national holiday coming soon.
A chalkboard sign would be a really good place to promote it…
I spend most Fourth of July holidays occupied by a very British tradition –
The Championships, Wimbledon
In recent years there haven’t been any American tennis players, male or female, in contention for the major titles. This year’s champions are Serbian Novak Djokovic — yay! — and Czech Petra Kvitova.
But things may be changing in a few years.
The boys Wimbledon final was an all-American affair between qualifier Noah Rubin and six-seeded Stefan Kozlov. Rubin won in three sets and the two players, who are friends off-court, posed for this patriotic shot with their trophies:
Finally — some American fireworks in jolly ol’ England!