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National Scribble Day

donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

A day to encourage young chldren to scribble - to express themselves "artistically" without criticism. Scribbling can be fun. Scribble with your kids if they are young and, if they aren't, you can still scribble with them,. If you don't have children, you can scribble with nieces and nephews or just by yourself. See what happens.

It's also National Joe Day, honoring all people named Joseph, Joe, Joey or any other variaton on the name., like Josephine. How many Joes do you know? Take a second to wish them a happy Joe day, maybe while enjoying a cup of Joe.

Finally,, it's National Little Red Wagon Day. Did you have one as a child? Does your child have one. Take a ride down memory lane if you still have one around.

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