- April 1 — International Tatting Day
April 1 is International Tatting Day. If you don’t already know, tatting is a form [...]
- March 23 — Near Miss Day
Near Miss Day is March 23. Although near misses are not constantly happening, they probably happen more than you are aware of.
- Sock Monkey Cell Phone Case
I searched for some patterns and decided on a basic phone crochet pattern to use and then I modified it to incorporate my sock monkey design
- April 14 — Pecan Day
Many Native American tribes in the U.S. and Mexico used the wild pecan as a major food source during autumn. It is thought that pecans were used to produce a fermented drink called “Powcohicora”.
- April 5 — National Caramel Day
This recipe has been a family secret, but I thought it is about time to share this tradition and recipe.
- April 2 — National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
The peanut plant originated in South America
Americans eat more than 600 million pounds of peanuts (and 700 million pounds of peanut butter) each year
96% of people put the peanut butter on their sandwich first
- Holiday April 17
Unusual holidays for April 17, Blah, Blah, Blah Day, National Cheeseball Day, National High Five Day, Pet Owners Independence Day, Ellis Island Family History Day, Ford Mustang Day, National Haiku Poetry Day, Nothing Like A Dame Day, Poem in Your Pocket Day, Support Teen Literature Day, Healthy Kids Day
- Holidays April 16
Unusual holidays for April 16, National Eggs Benedict Day, National Librarian Day, National Stress Awareness Day, National Bookmobile Day, Save The Elephant Day, Day of the Mushroom
- Holidays April 15
Unusual holidays for April 15, Rubber Eraser Day, Titanic Remembrance Day, Bicycle Day, Income Tax Pay Day, Jackie Robinson Day, McDonald’s Day, Take a Wild Guess Day, That Sucks Day, World Art Day, National Library Workers Day, National Glazed Spiral Ham Day
- Zombie Survival Tip–5 Ways Tea Could Help You Survive
Anything about Zombies immediately catches my attention. So if you are worried about the Zombie Apocalypse