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MDBCs 26 Sep 2023



September 26th 2023 - Holidays and Observances


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Observances (click on the day, BD, or week for details)

Better Breakfast Day

Johnny Appleseed Day

National Chimichanga Day

National Family Day

National Pancake Day

Alpaca Day

European Languages Day

Human Resource Professional Day

International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

Lumberjack Day

National Amanda Day

National Compliance Officer Day

National Day of Praise and Worship

National Dumpling Day

National Hari Day

National Law Enforcement Suicide Awareness Day

National Mesothelioma Awareness Day

National Situational Awareness Day

Shamu the Whale Day

World Day of Migrants and Refugees

National Key Lime Pie Day


Walker Bryant’s Birthday

Serena Williams’s Birthday

Ant Antixx’s Birthday

Asuka’s Birthday

Johnny Appleseed’s Birthday

Killumantii’s Birthday

Lilly Singh’s Birthday

Sherri Gaskins’s Birthday

Russ Diemon’s Birthday

Landon McBroom’s Birthday

Dat Boi T’s Birthday

Chloe Burrows’s Birthday

Linda Hamilton's Birthday


Fun Observances

Love Note Day

September 26 is Love Note Day, an unofficial holiday that encourages you to write and send notes full of love to the special person in your life.

Love note with a cup of coffee.

A Forgotten Art

Almost as old as the first written language, the love note has historically been one of the most romantic ways to tell that special person how you feel about them. However, with the fast pace of our modern day lives, the art of writing love notes and exchanging them with one's sweetheart is slowly dying. Love Note Day aims to change this.

Conveys Many Emotions

A love letter or note is a way to pen down one's deepest feeling about another person. It does not have to romantic or sappy. It can convey a vast selection of emotions, from adoration to anger, from joy to sadness, and from admiration to disappointment.

How to Celebrate?

  • Walk away from your computer screen, bring out the scented paper, the fanciest pen you have, and find yourself an inspiring place to sit and get cracking on that love note! Give it to your sweetheart, perhaps during a nice meal or while on a walk in the park.
  • If you don't have time to handwrite your love note, maybe you could send your love a nice email that says how much you love and appreciate them?
  • Leave some love notes around your home for your loved one to find. Hide them in their lunch or their gym bag, stick the note to the bathroom mirror, so that's the first thing they see in the morning, or quietly slip it into their pockets before they leave home.
  • Don't have a special someone? Who says a love note can be only for a romantic partner? Send a note to a friend or a family member to tell them how much you love them!
  • Read love notes and letters written by famous people - maybe they will inspire you to write one of your own.

Did You Know...

...the oldest surviving Valentine's Day love letter in the English language dates back to 1477? Called the Valentine's Day Love Letter, the note was written by Margery Brews to her fiancé John Pasto.






During a visit with my grandmother, my husband noticed a birthday card from a local funeral parlor.

“That was nice of them,” he said.

She was unimpressed. “They only want me for my body,”




Colonoscopies are important medical procedures that have saved lives. And yet they’re as popular 
as, well, a colonoscopy. Here are 
comments purportedly made by 
patients to physicians during their procedures.

“Now I know how a Muppet feels!”

“Could you write a note for my wife saying that my head is not up there?”

“Any sign of the trapped miners, chief?”




We were an Air Force family, but our son could not grasp that 
fact. Anytime someone asked what his father did, he’d say, “He’s in the Army.”

I told him umpteen times, “Stop telling people I’m in the Army!” It finally seemed to hit home because on the admittance form 
for kindergarten, under “father’s 
profession,” the teacher wrote,

“He doesn’t know what his father does, but he’s not in the Army.”




After 12 years of therapy, 
my psychiatrist said something that brought tears to my eyes.

He said, “No hablo Inglés.”













































































For July 02, 2020







































Picture with the family pet








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