Daily Holidays – March 18
National Quilting Day In 1991, the National Quilting Association decided to create a special day to celebrate and inspire lovers of quilting and to encourage others to take up this charming and addictive craft. Quilting Day was born, and has been celebrated ever since by quilt and patchwork lovers every spring. https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/quilting-day/
Companies That Care Day Have you ever really loved the company that you worked for? Did they give you the feeling that what you did was important and your contribution mattered? It is possible that the company was following the principles of a socially responsible employer that Companies the Care Day brings awareness to. The Center for Companies that Care works to enhance the well-being of employees and communities by inspiring companies to use the principles in their daily business practices. https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/companies-that-care-day/
Awkward Moments Day Awkward moments happen all the time, and to some folks more than others! For anyone who’s ever wished the ground would open up and swallow them, Awkward Moments Day is a celebration of all awkward moments. From walking out of a public toilet with loo roll on a shoe, to realising you’ve been speaking to someone everyday for a year, and don’t know their name, life is full of these moments. Although there isn’t much information regarding the origins of Awkward Moments Day, many people have commented on how interesting it is that Awkward Moments Day is the day after St Patrick’s day! Awkward Moments Day can boast a mascot though, the awkward turtle. https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/awkward-moments-day/
Corn Dog Day Corn Dogs ultimately find their heritage in the sausage makers of Germany, and by extension those who immigrated to Texas. While we can’t for a minute understand why anyone would want to move to a state so well-known for being unbearably hot, we have to be glad they did! The German Texans apparently weren’t finding their sausages well received, and it’s said that they innovated and dipped it in a delicious breading and fried it. The first record of the corn dog we have is in 1927, when a patent was submitted to the US Patent Office describing the process thusly: https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/corn-dog-day/so far from heaven, Marym625, jwirr and 1 otherEnthusiast like this"Be Kind; Everyone You Meet is Fighting a Great Battle." Philo of Alexandria
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