Have a holly, jolly Christmas It’s so nice to see you here We don’t know the risk we take But it’s worth it for the beer! Have a holly, jolly Christmas Hope this fevers’ just the heat Don’t say hello to friends you know Nor anyone you meet! Whoa, Whoa the variants Not where you … Continue reading “December 25th is Christmas! 🎄”
For the northern half of Earth (the Northern Hemisphere), the winter solstice occurs annually on December 21 or 22. The winter solstice is the day with the fewest hours of sunlight in the whole year, making it the “shortest day” of the year.
The term Cyber Monday refers to the Monday immediately following Black Friday, the ceremonial kick-off of the holiday online shopping season in the United States between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Whereas Black Friday is associated with traditional brick-and-mortar stores, “Cyber Monday” symbolizes a busy day for online retailers. The premise was that consumers would return … Continue reading “November 29, 2021 is Cyber Monday 🛍️”
Black Friday is upon us, and though most Canadians may not be enjoying a second Thanksgiving dinner, we’re always happy to take advantage of the Black Friday & Cyber Sunday sales! Did you know that Black Friday is bigger that #boxingday now or that 43% of Canadians surveyed plan to purchase items today? 🛍️🎁🛒
My Grampa was serving in WW1 aka the “Great War” on a Navy boat when Armistice was announced over 100 years ago. Years later in World War 2, his sons — my Uncles — served as did my Father-in-law. Heroes each and every one of them. #remembranceday #lestweforget #RememberThem #remembrance #remembranceday #lestweforget #poppy #poppyday #veterans … Continue reading “November 11th is Remembrance Day”
The Day of the Dead or Día de Muertos or Día de los Muertos is a holiday celebrated in Mexico and elsewhere associated with the Catholic celebrations of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day and is held on November 1 and 2.