Grab some confetti, don a party hat, and check out The Everyday Holiday calendar below. Leave a comment if you’d like to request to add something fresh and new to celebrate.

4 thoughts on “Celebrate

  1. Anonymous says:

    Obviously, Columbus day on Oct .13! (Also Yorkshire Pudding Day… so why don’t you plan to head north and have your quarter-Brit friend prepare this delicacy for you?)

    I’m sure Steve would request that you celebrate Reformation Day on the 31st.

    • kelseyploeger says:

      So shall it be written, so shall it be done! You will notice that a high percentage of holidays are food related. This was an intentional choice. Even if I can’t make it to the northland for pudding, let’s FaceTime in honor of your heritage.

    • kelseyploeger says:

      Done. Well, I haven’t done it yet, but your request seems feasible enough 🙂 Also, would you like the swan to be red, white, and blue to merge Veteran’s Day in as well?

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