February 21st Card Reading Day

You know all those cards you saved over the holidays, intending to read them sometime? Well today is the day to finally read them, or re-read them, and then maybe throw them away! It’s also the opportunity to read, or re-read, those e-cards sent to you and then delete them! Remember to keep a list of those who sent you cards so that you remember to send them to those same people next holiday!

Cards are not the same anymore. I love e-cards but they do seem a little impersonal. They are much more elaborate than the regular cards one can send, and a lot less expensive! You can also wait to send them until the last minute if you are that type. (And who among us isn’t!)

Cards do mean a lot, whether they are hard copy or e-cards. They let someone know you care and are thinking of them. That really does mean a lot when we are so busy with all we have to do. They make the days brighter for those sending as well as those receiving.

How to celebrate – Re-read cards you have received. Check out your future with Tarot cards. (Just don’t believe in them) Design your own cards to send out.

February 18th President’s Day

Today we celebrate all the President’s birthdays. It’s not just supposed to be George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, though the day falls between their real birthdays, but it is meant to be a celebration of all the President’s birthdays.

So what do you get for the most powerful man in the world for his birthday? Well, currently it would be a wall but for most it’s probably more votes. That is, of course, unless they have already served two terms and cannot serve again. Then it appears most of them want a library of all thy accomplished during their service. In some cases, that would be a pretty small library!

These are, so far, great men (And someday great women) regardless of the fact that they held important positions that made them rich before they became President. Maybe some day you won’t have to be rich to be President, but probably not in any of our lifetimes.

How to celebrate – President’s birthdays should be observed, so… observe it! See how many birthdays of presidents you can name. Throw a party for the Presidents, they probably won’t show up but you can still have a good time.