"If all the year were playing holidays, To sport would be as tedious as to work. "
- William Shakespeare (15641616) 
King Henry IV. Part I. Act i. Sc. 2.  

 

Blogs - Days of Note
2017

Written by S. K. Smith

  

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 Journey of an Evolving Writer

  

  

  Holidays, Anniversaries, 
Historical Events, etc.
2017
  

January:

New Years:

Nostalgia 
(part 7) - 
Calendar Girl

"The calendar flips through each month to the New Year. To start over again."
S. K. Smith


 

February:

Super Bowl LI:
(Febraury 5, 2017)

Timeless Truths 
(part 7) - 
Fighting for that Inch

"It was the inches that won the game. A real-time drama that was stranger than fiction. "
S. K. Smith


 

March:

Lent:

Biblia Files (part 7) - 
Follow Me

"...what it may have been like if Jesus walked the earth during the days some social media"
S. K. Smith


 

April:

April:

Nostalgia
 (part 8) - 
April Showers

"Disney tapped into our inner child"
S. K. Smith


 

May:

National Day of Prayer:

Pray4America 
(part 20) - 
Australia still 
has our back!

"God bless Australia!
And God bless America!"
S. K. Smith


 

June:

Full Moon:

Science 101 (part 6) - 
June's Strawberry Moon

"The June full moon of Native American folklore is the Strawberry Moon. Its European counterpart, the Rose Moon."
S. K. Smith


 

July:

July 4, 1776:

Faith (part 2) -
 Founding Fathers' Faith 
and 
the Fourth of July

"This Fourth of July may we remember the blessings of God and be thankful for the Faith of our Founding Fathers."
S. K. Smith


 

   

  
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