Most of us think of holidays as one of those few days our employer actually pays us to stay home. We all know the big ones: New Year's, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas. And yes, some employers are a little more generous but most likely you'll have no more than 7 days a year that you consider a holiday. Depending on your religious beliefs you may add a few more to that annual list, and find that you're up to a dozen or so.
For a day to be considered a "National Holiday" it needs to be declared so by Congress. And then of course we have the "commercial holidays" that we all love, which in effect are simply days that have become popular over the years. We all love them, but for some of us that just isn't enough. Organizations, corporation, and even loosely connected groups of people can "declare" a day for any reason they choose. Some of these days catch on and become popular with the general population, some remain only recognized by their creator, and some fizzle out and become a mere memory after only a year or two.
The point is - Every day, somewhere someone is celebrating something.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

October 26 ~ Planet Wide Moon Howl


This may very well be one of those holidays that fizzle out before it gets off the ground.  I was able to find some information about the First Annual Planet Wide Moon Howl which was last year, but almost nothing about any organized events or activities going on this year.  So, you can be a lone wolf if you want and howl on your own.  Or, get a group of friends together and keep the howling spirit alive.

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