Election Day in the United States

Election Day in the United States of America is the Tuesday following the first Monday in November. It can fall on or between November 2 and November 8. It is the day when popular ballots are held to select public officials. These include national, state, and local government representatives at all levels up to the …
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Nostalgic November

November often blows in like a hurricane. Other times it lingers like the warmth of the sun. For many, the month fills us with gratitude. It represents family holidays, too. As warm and cozy as November seems to many, others consider the 11th month of the year to be somewhat bleary. But if you look …
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NATIONAL KENTUCKY DAY

On October 19, National Kentucky Day recognizes the 15th state to be granted statehood. The Bluegrass State became the first to enter the union west of the Appalachian Mountains. Home to the Kentucky Derby, Fort Knox and the birthplace of one the nation’s most beloved presidents, Kentucky is bordered by rivers on three of its …
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Opulent October

Seasonal Changes During October, asters bloom and so do chrysanthemums. Their colors often pair well with the pumpkins and gourds collected from gardens. And speaking of pumpkins and gourds, holidays like National Pumpkin Seed Day, National Farmer’s Day, National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day, and National Pumpkin Day all offer ways to set the mood.  Since October is a harvest …
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NATIONAL I LOVE HORSES DAY – July 15

On July 15th we recognize the love of one magnificent creature on National I Love Horses Day! With over 200 breeds, these spirited animals give humans much to love. Their loyalty and devotion throughout history may only be a fraction of the reasons to love them. Not just a means of transportation, horses cleared fields, …
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NATIONAL MINT JULEP DAY

National Mint Julep Day on May 30th each year sets up a refreshing toast to summer. Each year, people around the country gather for a glass of mint julep! This refreshing southern classic is a traditional drink of the Kentucky Derby. A classic mint julep is made with a mint leaf, bourbon, sugar, and water. …
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Make May Merry

May is the fifth month of the year in the Gregorian and its predecessor, the Julian calendar. Named after the Greek goddess, Maia who is also identified Bona Dea (the Roman goddess of fertility), May is the time of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, May is a season of Autumn. Originally …
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KENTUCKY DERBY – First Saturday in May

The Kentucky Derby is a tradition that takes place on the first Saturday in May. Its long and storied history brings out a taste for mint juleps, colorful sun hats and a thrill for the race.  The jockeys and horses will prepare for the day at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The first in the Triple …
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Now That’s Entertainment

Long day, week, just need a laugh, cry or to get away from it all. In todays world it’s as easy as the tv, tablet, cellphone, or bookcase. Spend time together or catch up with your favorites. Try some of my favorites…. Movies Tv Authors

Marvelous in May

Thе name Mау was generated frоm Mаіа. Shе happens to bе a Greek Goddess, thе Goddess of fertility. Aраrt frоm thе fertility раrt, she also hарреnѕ tо bе thе Goddess of Spring аnd grоwth. May іѕ a blеѕѕеd month tо bеgіn wіth, ассоrdіng tо thе Romans! Pеорlе whо аrе bоrn in May are more lіkеlу …
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