National Clean Out Your Virtual Desk Day

National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day encourages everyone to take time to organize their virtual desktop. The observance takes place on the third Monday in October. This year that day is October 18th. Remember when your computer was new and the desktop was clean and organized? The trash file was empty. The only files on …
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NATIONAL HANDBAG DAY – October 10

National Handbag Day is observed annually on October 10th. This is a day to celebrate all the different types of handbags. HOW TO OBSERVE Show us your style by taking photos of your favorite handbags and posting them on social media using #nationalhandbagday. Another great way to celebrate is to treat yourself to a new …
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Back to School 2nd grade

Send them off to school in style, with everything they need to make the grade. Check with your local school for exact quantities. In our county the quantities differ quite a bit depending on the school. Don’t forget tax-free shopping days. Click here to find them in your state. Start the school year off, with …
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Back to School 5th Grade

Send them off to school in style, with everything they need to make the grade. Check with your local school for exact quantities. In our county the quantities differ quite a bit depending on the school. Don’t forget tax-free shopping days. Click hereto find them in your state. Fifth Grade #2 pencils Notebook paper to …
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Back to School 6th grade

Send them off to school in style, with everything they need to make the grade. Check with your local school for exAtact quantities. In our county the quantities differ quite a bit depending on the school. Don’t forget tax-free shopping days. Click hereto find them in your state. Sixth Grade Notebook paper to be replaced …
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New Years Menu

A lot of us are ringing in 2021 in a lot smaller groups.  While we may miss the parties, we dont have to miss out on the food.  As 2020 finally ends take some time to enjoy that we made it.  As we know only to well not everyone did. Say hello to a new …
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November 11, Origami Day

There’s a birthday coming, and it’s an important one for all you paper folding fanatics. It’s the birthday of Lillian Oppenheimer, the founder of the first origami group in America. She also was instrumental in the founding of the British Origami Society and Origami USA. So if you love the art of folding paper and …
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Columbus Day, October

“Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492”. We learned this line in early school days. There has been quite the debate about if he discovered America. Some say as he only reached the island of Bahamas it doesn’t count. Others argue that he was not the first here. What ever the case may be for …
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Superhero week

Okay for the Star Wars fans May the 4th be with you.  Travel the galaxy they said, learn the ways of the force  and play with lightsaber.  As Yoda says “There is no try.  Do or do not” .   That is my current attitude in physical therapy.  For a year and six months I’ve …
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