"You create your thoughts, your thoughts create your intentions, and your intentions create your reality." Wayne Dyer
"But you asked me to assemble a panel of experts on what it means to be green."
A senior citizen was chatting with his 80-year-old buddy.
“So I hear you’re getting married?”
“Do I know her?”
“This woman, is she good looking?”
“Is she a good cook?”
“Nah, she can’t cook too well.”
“Does she have lots of money?”
“Nope! Poor as a church mouse.”
“Well, then, is she good in bed?”
“I don’t know.”
“Why in the world do you want to marry her then?”
“Because she can still drive!”
It's Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day! A delicious blending of summer harvest, do you prefer sweet or tart?
--Donald Duck Day: commemorates the first appearance of Donald Duck in 1934 in "Wise Hen"; remember him and his nephews? Now that was someone with anger management issues.
--Abused Women and Children's Awareness Day: couldn't find who sponsors the movement but this is an issue that needs to be brought front and center again and again till the violence stops.
--Children's Day: also known as Children's Sunday; we have Mother's Day and Father's Day, so some child advocates felt we needed a Children's Day to recommit to loving and nurturing our children.
--APS Day: awareness of Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome, an autoimmune disease.
--Pentecost Day: a Christian holiday on the seventh Sunday after Easter to commemorate the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles in Jerusalem; called Whitsunday in the UK.
--Race Unity Day: a day to promote racial harmony and understanding; events are usually the product of local community initiatives.
--Writers' Rights Day: a movement of writers to raise awareness of the need of protection for writers' rights; there are a lot of horror stories of writers not being treated fairly.
--Canadian Rivers Day: observed in Canada to raise awareness of preserving the heritage and health of Canada's rivers.
--Archives Day: we don't think of the archives till we need to go down to the dusty cellar, but archives are the memories of nations and societies and the provide the foundations of identities; think of the history we would lose if we didn't have archives.
--Write to Your Father Day: the Sunday before Father's Day, today encourages you to reach out with pen and paper to your father; ask him what he remembers, what he thinks; even if you can't send it because he has passed on or because of family issues, still center your thoughts as if you were reaching him.