April 1st

God Bless you this morning.

Hope life is well for everyone.

First off “Grandma’s Pantry” is already done I’m waiting for the proof book to arrive but orders are already coming in.

“Land of Horses” is selling faster than I can order the books.

April 14th is the Book signing and I probably won’t be ordering more until after the book signing. So if you are in a hurry I need your order this week or you will be put on the back order list.


Let’s see what’s happening today 🙂

April Fool’s Day on no not on a Sunday……. be careful what pranks you pull.


  • National Humor Month
  • International Guitar Month
  • Keep America Beautiful Month
  • Lawn and Garden Month
  • Poetry Month
  • National Pecan Month
  • National Welding Month
  • Records and Information Management Month
  • Stress Awareness Month
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Weekly Celebrations:

  • Week 1 Library Week
  • Week 1 Read a Road Map Week.
  • Week 2 Garden Week
  • Week 3 Organize Your Files Week
  • Week 3 Medical Labs Week
  • Week 4 Administrative Assistants Week
  • Week 4 National Karaoke Week

Each Day:

1 April Fool’s Day

April Fools’ Day is celebrated in the Western world on the 1st of April of every year. Sometimes referred to as All Fools’ Day, 1st April is not a legal holiday, but is widely recognized and celebrated as a day which tolerates practical jokes and general foolishness. The day is marked by the commission of good-humored or funny jokes, hoaxes and other practical jokes of varying sophistication on friends, family members, teachers, neighbors, work associates, etc.

Traditionally, in some countries such as New Zealand, the UK, Australia, and South Africa, the jokes only last until noon, and someone who plays a trick after noon is called an “April Fool”. It is for this reason that newspapers in the U.K. that run a front page April fool only do so on the first (morning) edition. Elsewhere, such as in France, Ireland, Italy, South Korea, Japan, Russia, The Netherlands, Germany, Brazil, Canada, and the U.S., the jokes last all day. The earliest recorded association between 1st April and foolishness can be found in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales (1392). Many writers suggest that the restoration of the 1st of January as New Year’s Day in the 16th century was responsible for the creation of the holiday, but this theory does not explain earlier references.

1 International Fun at Work Day

International Tatting Day

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International Tatting Day is celebrated on April 1st of each year. The staff at National Whatever Day were unable to locate the origin of International Tatting Day.

Tatting is a technique for handcrafting a particularly durable lace constructed by a series of knots and loops. Tatting can be used to make lace edging as well as doilies, collars, and other decorative pieces. The lace is formed by a pattern of rings and chains formed from a series of cow hitch, or half-hitch knots, called double stitches (ds), over a core thread. Gaps can be left between the stitches to form picots, which are used for practical construction as well as decorative effect.

Tatting dates to the early 19th century. The term for tatting in most European languages is derived from French frivolité, which refers to the purely decorative nature of the textiles produced by this technique. The technique was developed to imitate point lace.

My grandmother use to do tatting. I never was fortunate enough to learn and she had some beautiful work that was done.

Those that enjoy the craft of tatting make beautiful work of very sizes from pictures to rugs.


International Fun at Work Day

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International Fun at Work Day is celebrated on April 1st of each year.  The staff at National Whatever Day were unable to discover the origin of International Fun at Work Day.

A simple search for ‘fun at work’ from any search engine will provide you with dedicated websites, videos and how-to advise.  Regardless of the origin to quote a famous movie, “All work and no play, makes Johnny a dull boy.”

For more information on any of these days check out the site postedhttp://www.nationalwhateverday.com/tag/april/

Today is also National Sour Dough Bread Day so if you are in the mood for baking there are recipes online that you can find or use your favorite one at home.

So enjoy your April Fool’s Day have a relaxing day  until next time:)


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