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December 2, 2014

Today we celebrate:

National Fritters Day – My husband will be very happy for this day. I make some pretty good corn fritters. They are the only kind I know how to make but I'm sure there are lots of other kinds of fritters that you can make.  Maybe this website will help you:, who knows, maybe it will help me, too!

International Day for the Abolition of Slavery Day – On this day in 1949, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the United Nations Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others. Slavery still exists all around the world but instead of enslaving whole races of people, individuals are enslaved and forced to do things the rest of us do not even want to think about, but we have to if we want to fight this despicable practice.

National Mutt DayThis is a day to celebrate the Mutt. As you probably know, a mutt is a dog that is not a purebred dog so it has the genes of more than one breed of canine. Some people look down on these dogs, but I can tell you that they are wonderful. Mutts are generally healthier than purebreds because of their mix of genetics, the stronger ones will win out. They also carry many wonderful characteristics of different breeds so if you are looking for a dog with certain traits and you can't find just one breed that has all of them, look at a mutt.  This day is also celebrated on July 31st because mutts can’t get too much love.

Special Education Day – This is the ninth celebration of this special day. It was created in 2005 to acknowledge the 30th anniversary of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. We've come a long way in educating everyone. Children with disabilities are receiving quality education in schools and people without disabilities have learned a lot about how to treat those with disabilities. More and more businesses and public places have made allowing access to those with disabilities to be a priority.  Of course, they had the added incentive of having a law telling them they have to do so, but why point out the minor legalities of it all.

To celebrate everything in one day, make some fritters before you take your mutt to a local special education class to tell them about the abolition of slavery.

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