Some dates on the calendar are all about celebration. We embrace the joy of different holidays. Other dates are about remembrance. We reflect with respect and longing. On the third Friday of each September, we honor those we’ve lost through their military service by observing National POW/MIA Recognition Day. The flag that commemorates this day […]
Why are there nine letters in the ninth month of the year? Is this alone reason enough to declare September sensational for exploring more from HolidayDispatch? Yes, it is.
She is Gramma or Granny. He is Grampa or Pawpaw. Whatever appellations of endearment you may call them, the unique bond is one to be cherished. On Grandparents’ Day, observed annually on the first Sunday after Labor Day, we take time to honor these loving individuals. Grandparents are special. They have no grand expectations; we […]
This day was inspired by the actions of President Gerald Ford who, on September 8 1974, issued a pardon exonerating former president, Richard Nixon, of any wrongful involvement in the conspiratorial Watergate scandal. Pardon Day is an opportunity to beg forgiveness for any social infractions you may have committed. You can offer to bury the […]
Congratulations on being a member of the most popular club in the world. You’re a procrastinator, putting off for tomorrow what should be done today. You are not alone. At some point, everyone joins. September 6 is Fight Procrastination Day and it’s specially brought to you by the naggers in your life that want you […]
You must read this article without hesitation or you’ll miss the opportunity to revel in rudeness. September 5 is Be Late for Something Day. For those of you who’ve been late to every scheduled event since the delayed moment of your birth, this will be a day like any other. However, those of you who […]