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August 6, 2014

Today we celebrate:

National Root Beer Float Day – This day is celebrated by A&W which is offering free root beer floats at your local A&W Restaurants from 2pm until closing. They will be collecting donations that will go to the Wounded Warrior Project. So if you have an A&W Restaurant near you, stop in and enjoy.

Hiroshima Day – On this day in 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima in Japan. It's hard for me to wrap my head around how devastating that was for Japan. We were at war with them at the time and although this event contributed to ending the war, the cost and the pain it inflicted is unimaginable for me. This picture is the Hiroshima Peace Memorial.

Wiggle Your Toes Day – This is a day for feet. I don't know who created this day but it's a fun one. Kick off your shoes and wiggle your toes today. It's even better if you have something to wiggle them in like sand or jello.

National Fresh Breath (Halitosis) Day - How is the smell of your breath? Does it smell like you just woke up? Or does it smell like you just brushed your teeth? This is a day to educate the public on the importance of fresh breath. If you have bad breath, no one wants to talk to you or spend time with you. If you have chronic bad breath, check with your dentist because it can also correlate to other health problems you might be having and not even know about. This guy needs some serious dental work. Perhaps you could recommend a good dentist?

To celebrate everything in one day, brush your teeth before you go out to have a root beer float while wiggling your toes in sand and reading a book on Hiroshima.

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