Happy #worldsnakeday Snakes are widely misunderstood across the world. Throughout time, snakes have been seen as symbols of evil and something to be destroyed. Due to these misconceptions, many snakes are killed out of fear every year. When in truth, snakes are very much apart of our world and are beneficial on many levels. For me, everyday is World Snake Day, constantly educating those who were raised in fear of these magnificent creatures.
Regrann from @itsadayreally - Yeahhh! Prone to brain freeze? (Also called sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia, btw.) When the roof of your mouth gets cold, your brain is signaled that you're losing heat. Best thing to do is hold your tongue against the roof of your mouth to warm it up! #itsadayreally#icecream
Happy National Ice Cream Day!
I always like to pull out this picture for #nationalicecreamday -one of my first jobs at 16 years old! 1978 -This was actually at the Baskin-Robbins in the old quad for you old Whittierites
Yeahhh! Today is ALSO National Ice Cream Day! What are you having???? Prone to brain freeze? (Also called sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia, btw.) When the roof of your mouth gets cold, your brain is signaled that you're losing heat. Best thing to do is hold your tongue against the roof of your mouth to warm it up!
Love horses? Guess what Sunday is! Big love to these amazing creatures. There are about 58 million horses in the world. Most are cared by humans, but there are places around the world where you can still see wild horses like Waipi’o Valley in Hawaii or the Virginia Range in Nevad. (Ever see a horse with a red ribbon? That means it kicks!
Today is Summer Learning Day! Governor Rick Scott @scottforflorida issued a proclamation recognizing Summer Learning Day in Florida on July 12, 2018. National Summer Learning Day is a national advocacy day that helps elevate the importance of keeping kids learning, safe and healthy every summer, ensuring they return to school in the fall ready to succeed in the year. Join the National Summer Learning Association in celebrating #SummerLearningDay & help #KeepKidsLearning!
Mom threw a treat into a paper bag. I'm not sure about going into a bag. How else can I get the treat? ~ Gus #NationalPaperBagDay
Want some pie?! Thursday is National Pecan Pie Day. The dessert is typically make of corn syrup, but for a healthier option use toasted golden syrup! Pecan pies are among the most popular pies, coming after apple pie and pumpkin pie.
Get your Slurpees! What flavor(s) are you having? Here's what I just had...lemonade, crunchberry, and wild cherry! Not quite the 11th at the time of this post, but worth what I paid this hot summer evening. Enjoy your free one on Wednesday 11am to 7pm. Frоzеn drink machines wеrе invеntеd in the 50's bу Omar Knеdlik. If you're wondering, this post was totally non-paid.
If you're into cocktails, you may love National Piña Colada Day celebrating the drink with rum, cream of coconut and pineapple. You may already know that piña means pineapple but do what does colada mean? It means strained...In other words, it stands for pineapple juice!
Grab a cookie...Monday is National Sugar Cookie Day. Frosted or no frosting? The sugar cookie is Pennsylvania's official state cookie. It was there that German settlers introduced them in 18th century in a town called Nazereth. Have a great Monday, guys!