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September 18, 2014

Today we celebrate:

National Cheeseburger Day – This is a day for burger lovers. Have a cheeseburger today to celebrate.

Air Force Birthday – Officially founded on this day in 1947, the Air Force has been around under different names since 1909 when the US Military purchased its first aircraft.

Chiropractic Founders Day – On this day in 1895, D.D. Palmer performed the first chiropractic adjustment on Harvey Lillard. Obviously it worked for Mr. Lillard and the practice spread from there.

Hug A Greeting Card Writer Day – We all depend upon greeting cards to say the things that we didn't even know we wanted to say. We have no idea who they are but these writers can make us laugh or cry or feel like someone is really thinking about us. See if you can find one of those writers today and give them a hug.

National Attention Deficit Disorder Awareness Day – This day was designated by Congress in 2008 to increase awareness of the issues involved with this disorder. It was intended to be a single event and not a yearly event, but some people still recognize it every year.

National Respect Day - This is a day to practice being respectful to those around us.  It is most important to show respect to your significant other, but you can practice by being respectful to everyone around you.

Rice Krispie Treats Day - This is a very simple day that is all about one thing and one thing only.  Make some Rice Krispie treats and then eat them.  Enjoy.

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day – Celebrated on this day for the last six years, this is a day to focus on recognizing the challenges faced by the older generation regarding HIV prevention, testing, care and treatment. This is a day for people who are more than 50 years old when they get this devastating diagnosis, as well as the people who are grandparents who become the primary caregivers of their grandchildren after their children have died because of HIV/AIDS.

To celebrate everything in one day, head to your chiropractor to wish him/her a Happy Founders Day. While you are out, keep an eye out for an Air Force plane flying overhead so you can salute it and wish the Air Force a Happy Birthday. Next, head to a restaurant for a cheeseburger lunch. While you are there, make sure you talk to all the other patrons and employees and ask them if they write greeting cards. If they do, give them a hug. If they do not, make sure they are aware of ADD and HIV/AIDS issues. Finally, make some Rice Krispy treats and respectfully ask your significant other if he/she would like some before you eat them all up.

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