On top of that, we have weekly celebrations: Week 1 - Library Week (visit your library) and Read a Road Map Week (how about Fold a Road Map Week), Week 2 - Garden Week (more weed pulling), Week 3 - Organize Your Files Week (again, boring), Week 3 - Medical Labs Week (let's honor those people who are behind the scenes), Week 4 - Administrative Assistants Week (get those hard workers lunch and flowers) and National Karaoke Week (something to sing about).
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On April 1st, I will celebrate International Tatting Day and my Aunt Welma Johnson. In my linen trunk, there are several pieces edged with tatting by her lovely hands. Tatting was thought to have begun in Italy in the 16th century. It made its way across Europe in the 18th Century. Women gathered to gossip and catch up on the local news while lace making. It was a delicate art that showed off their soft, lovely hands and beautiful rings. I remember watching Aunt Welma tat. A craft worth celebrating.
Whatever you celebrate this month, I wish you well. In fact, even though it is not quite April: Happy Day of Your Choice! I wish you many more.