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National Get Over It Day

donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

A great opportunity to work on anger management and/or dealing with disappointment. Our cross country team has a t-shirt with a drawing of a runner cresting a hill - and the words "It's a hill - get over it". Literal advice but also life advice - don't make too big a deal of negative events and just get over them. A first cousin to "it is what it is".

On the gustatorial side of things it's also::

National Meatball Day - having been raised in the same house as my Italian grandmom, I gained an early appreciation for meatballs and pasta among other things. I know we've had some meatball recipes offered pre viously. Any favorite trattitorias amongst our members?

It's also National Crab Meat Day. I enjoy a good crab leg every now and then. And you?



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