April Fool’s

April is the fourth month in the Gregorian Calendar. It was originally the second month of the Roman calendar and had twenty-nine days. When the calendar was changed to having January as the first month, some people continued to celebrate April as the beginning of the year and thus were called “fools”. This is also: National Humor Month
International Guitar Month, Keep America Beautiful Month, Lawn and Garden Month, National Kite Month, National Poetry Month, National Pecan Month, National Welding Month, Records and Information Management Month, Stress Awareness Month,
Sexual Assault Awareness Month and today is National Tatting Day so go out there and tat something! 🙂
April 1 –
Today is the birthday of: Edgar Wallace, Edmond Rostand, Augusta Baker, Anne McCaffrey, Samuel Ray Delany

Tip: “There” is a placement word (I put the book over there). “They’re” is a contraction for “They are” (They are not going to the movies). “Their” is a possessive (It is their house).

Thought: “Enjoy the little things. One day you’ll look back and realize they were the big things.” – Robert Brault

Teaser: This is April Fool’s Day. In your current work in progress, would your character be the one playing the jokes – or be the butt of them? Why?

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