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National Stay Home Because You're Well Day / National Mason Jar Day

donmedonme Posts: 125 ✭✭✭ Junior

NATIONAL STAY HOME BECAUSE YOU”RE WELL DAY

 November 30th is Stay Home Because You’re Well Day. We all need a break, and it’s nice to take it when we healthy and can enjoy it. That said, if everyone in the working world took the same day to stay home because we were well, chaos would ensue. 

 We all need time alone. It’s essential to disconnect from our daily routines. Sometimes we have a checklist of things we would do. Others have no idea what we’d do left to our own devices.

 What would you do if you took a day off from work because you felt good?

 NATIONAL MASON JAR DAY

 On November 30, National Mason Jar Day commemorates an ingenious invention that’s been bringing families together for generations.

 Simply by opening a jar of fruit preserves or spicy salsa, we enjoy the flavors of summer in the midst of winter. For those who love to pickle, the Mason jar rescues fruits and veggies from the garden. From green beans to watermelon, we make them sweet or spicy!

 While food preservation has existed for centuries, John Landis Mason from New Jersey made home canning safe. The young tinsmith’s patent #22186 for an “Improvement in screwneck bottles” issued a revolutionary design.

 Since then, gardeners have been canning. They stocked their pantries from their victory gardens. Some padded their wallets with their heirloom collections. And many more shared their bounty as colorful gifts. Mason jars pull double duty as beautiful DIY projects in shabby chic vases or as an artfully painted desk caddy.

 However, we use these versatile vessels, this holiday delights in their existence and their utility.

 I do feel compelled to mention perhaps the most helpful use of Mason Jars…”G-men, T-men, revenuers too, seachin’ for the place where he made his brew”…Let’s not forget this.

 

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