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December 15, 2016

Today we celebrate:

Bill of Rights Day – This is a day to celebrate the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution called the Bill of Rights. These rights were written in order to ensure the freedom of all Americans and to make sure that the Government has limited power over the people.

National Cupcake Day - This is not the only cupcake celebration for the year so if you think I’m repeating myself, you would be partially correct. Fun fact: Some serious cupcake lovers created the world’s largest cupcake back in 2009 in London. It measured four feet across and weighed 330 pounds. I wonder who ate it.

National Lemon Cupcake Day – Now I am aware that we just talked about Cupcake Day. But someone appears to want to be more specific and wants to celebrate lemon cupcakes in particular. So if you are short on time, you can celebrate both by just making lemon cupcakes. I am a big fan of lemon flavored baked goods, even more than chocolate, believe it or not. So I am all over this particular holiday.

Cat Herders Day – This is not a day to actually try to herd cats from one spot to another. I think we can all recognize how nearly impossible a task that would be. That is the point of the whole day, to recognize the frustration of trying to do the impossible which some of us are faced with on a regular basis whether at work or at home.

National Re-gifting DayCelebrated on the third Thursday in December, this is a day to break out the unwanted and unused gifts that you have received over the year and gift them to someone else. This day was chosen because it is the most common day for holiday office parties, and coworkers are the most common recipients of re-gifting.

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