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Holidays - The Christmas and New Year


All I wanted is to be home at Christmas. And I feel the spirit of Christmas stays in my heart. Even for the next days, the ordinary situation that we have, we always wish that it should be Christmas. The day when sharing blessings and love is boundless.

We glad and we are excited before calendar hits month of December. Good thing is that there are too many holidays to celebrate. There is a celebration for the Thanksgiving Day. Here in the Philippines we used to celebrate Bonifacio Day, an honor for Andres Bonifacio just the 30th of November.After Christmas, we then celebrate Rizal Day. Today, December 30 would be that day. We honored Dr. Jose Rizal, our national hero for what he did. He fought for our freedom. The days after the said celebration is the New Year's Day. Have you already prepared your New Year's Resolution?

People share many of the same reason to celebrate, even if each culture does it in its own unique way. But there are some holidays that only some people take part in. Read and join in the fun!

The Fruitcake Toss Day


The first Saturday in January. All the big-ticket holidays have come and gone. But there's always something to look forward to - and in this case, it's Fruitcake Toss Day! Started in 1995, this wacky holiday lets people have some fun by tossing fruitcakes, those dense baked goods that are often given as Christmas gifts. In Manitou Springs, Colorado, where the holiday got its start, people compete in different divisions. Some throw the cakes by hand, while other choose to hurl theirs via catapults and giant slingshots.

Fruitcake Toss Day isn't the only quirky holiday on the calendar. Here's a month-by-month look at some others.

Tell a Fairy Tale Day


February 26 on Tell a Fairy Tale Day, share your favorite fairy tale with others. Then listen to theirs.

Celebrate Your Name Day


The first full week in March. Be proud of who you are! Be sure to take part in Celebrate Your Name Day.

National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day


Usually April 16. The day after taxes are due, some Americans march off to work in their PJs to celebrate National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day.

World Laughter Day


First Sunday in May. Know a good joke or two? Keep your friends in stitchits on World Laughter Day.

Go Fly a Kite Day


In June 14, take your kite for a spin on Go Fly a Kite Day.

National Sleepy Head Day


July 27, National Sleepy Head Day is all wet. Families in Finland celebrate it by throwing water on the last person sleeping.

Sneak a Zucchini onto Your Neighbor's Porch Day


August 8, Zucchini, a long green gourd, grows so well that but the end of summer gardeners may have so many that they can't give them all away. What to do? Wait until Sneak a Zucchini onto Your Neighbor's Porch Day rolls around.

Talk Like a Pirate Day


Brush up on your pirate slang, Mateys! Talk Like a Pirate Day takes place on September 19 of each year. "ARR!"

National Magic Week


Last week in October. The society of American Magicians proclaimed the last week in October to the National Magic Week, in honor of the great Magician Harry Houdini, who died on October 31, 1926.

World Hello Day


November 21, World Hello Day is an international holiday started in 1963 to promote peace. Celebrate it by reaching out and saying hello to 10 people.

National Fruitcake Day


December 27, And we're back to fruitcakes! National Fruitcake Day is a time to honor, not toss, the dessert.
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