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Posts Tagged ‘Summertime’

TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 8/11/20 – PLAY IN THE SAND DAY!

Let’s run down to the ocean and wiggle our toes in the sand! Why? Because it’s Summertime, and today is NATIONAL PLAY IN THE SAND DAY! From our earliest days as mischievous peewees, we love playing in the sand, either in the playground sandbox or at the beach. […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 7/22/20 – HAMMOCK DAY!

The Dog Days of Summer are upon us, and slow and easy is the way to go. The sun is blazing and wide, the humidity makes it feel like you are wearing a warm wet blanket and frankly, you need a nap. Which is where this holiday […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/21/20 -MIDSUMMER!

It’s nowhere near the middle of summer, those pavement and brain-melting days of early August, but ancient tradition demands we lay off the word “solstice” today, so as not to confuse us backward peasants into thinking we displeased some god or goddess of fertility or another, and […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/20/20 – FLIP-FLOP DAY!

You really can’t run in them, but that’s one of the beauties of our favorite summer footwear as we celebrate NATIONAL FLIP-FLOP DAY! Called “thongs” before thongs became intimate apparel with strong comic associations, your rubber flip-flops are adapted from a simple sandal that has been in […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 5/30/20 – MINT JULEP DAY!

While this day falls regrettably past Kentucky Derby Day, when Epsom Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky serves 120,000 of them, it does serve as a joyful harbinger of Summer for more than a few bourbon enthusiasts, NATIONAL MINT JULEP DAY! A Southern delicacy of the strong spirits […]

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CRAZY FROM THE HEAT

It’s Summertime in New York City and the city that never sleeps is getting very drowsy. The temperature hit 103 humid degrees the other day and hasn’t gotten much lower, putting a huge crimp in our high-octane style. Which is a good thing, really, since most New […]

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