Mothering Sunday - Celebrated three weeks before Easter in the United Kingdom, this is a day that was originally for Christians to go to church with their families. But it has changed over time to be a day to appreciate and honor their mothers much like we do in May.
Purple Day - This is an Epilepsy awareness day. People around the world are to wear purple to show their support for people who suffer from epilepsy and their families that support them.
Solitude Day - This is a day for Wiccans and Neo-Pagans. I’m not sure what a Neo-Pagan is but if you are one, I’m sure you are aware of it. So today you should meditate in solitude in order to reconnect with your inner self.
National Make Up Your Own Holiday Day – Well, someone needs to create all these crazy days that we celebrate, they don't make up themselves and apparently whoever is doing it is running out of ideas. So today you'll just have to make up your own. Make it a good one.
National Nougat Day – Nougat, a part of many of our favorite candy bars, is thought to be thousands of years old and possibly originated in Rome. There are many different recipes for it used by many different candy makers. So pick the one you like the best or make up your own and stick with it.
National Spinach Day – Spinach is an excellent source of iron, calcium and folic acid and scientists are investigating reports that it is useful in preventing a few different kinds of cancer. Now, aren't you sorry you have turned up your nose at it for so long? Spinach is actually quite delicious if you cook it correctly. If you don't like it, perhaps you just haven't tried the right recipe.
Legal Assistants Day – This is a day to recognize the hard work of legal assistants everywhere who do everything they can to make the lawyers look good. Lawyers would have a tough time helping as many clients as they do if they had to do their work and the work that they assign to their legal assistants as well. There just aren’t enough hours in the day and the libraries full of law books are tedious to wade through.