February 01 2013
February is here again… and after watching the weather reports, we know without a doubt, winter weather is plaguing most of our nation. We hope you will stay inside, stay warm, fix some hot chocolate and enjoy this newsletter.
For those of you who enjoy the winter, its time to break out the skates, ski’s, snowmobiles, shovels and sleds. (Well, maybe not the shovels!!!!)
It's time to hit the slopes and have some fun. Time to make a magical snowman and have snowball fights. As for me, I think I will stay in where it’s warm and plan my summer vacation to the beach. Aahhh, sun, surf, sand and suntan lotion. Now that’s the life for me.
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Special days in February
Feb. 1st National Freedom Day
Feb. 2nd Groundhog Day
Feb7th Ballet Day
Feb8th Boy Scouts Day
Feb. 12th Lincoln’s Birthday (DOB February 12, 1809)
Feb 14th VALENTINES DAY
Feb. 15th Susan B. Anthony Day
Feb. 20th Love Your Pet Day
Feb 21st *President’s Day ~ (Observed the 3rd Monday in February)
Feb. 22nd Washington’s Birthday (DOB February 22, 1732)
Feb 23rd Tennis Day
February Monthly Celebrations and Observances:
National Black History Month, American Heart Month, Wedding Month, Back For Family Fun Week, International Boost Self-Esteem Month, International Expect Success Month, National Bird Feeding Month, National Caffeine Addiction Awareness Month, National Cherry Month, National Children's Dental Health Month, National Hot Breakfast Month, National Single and Searching Month, Plant the Seeds of Greatness Month, Publicity for Profit Month, Potato Lover's Month, Return Shopping Carts to the Supermarket Month, Spiritual Teachers Month and Wise Health Care Consumer Month
Birthdays in February
Feb 1st Lisa Mare Presley, Pauly Shore, Don Everly, Boris Yeltsen
Feb. 2nd Farrah Faucett, Tom Smothers,
Feb 3rd Fran Tarkenton
Feb 4th Oscar De La Hoya, Alice Cooper.
Feb 5th Barbara Hershey, Rodger Staubach, Henery “Hank” Aaron
Feb 6th Natalie Cole, Tom Brokaw,
Feb. 7th Chris Rock, Garth Brooks
Feb. 8th Gary Coleman , Ted Koppel
Feb 9th Travis Tritt Mia Farrow
Feb. 10th Emma Roberts, Glenn Beck, Mark Spitz
Feb. 11th Brandy Sarah Palin, Sheryl Crow, Burt Reynolds
Feb. 12th Jennifer Stone,
Feb.13th Jerry Springer, Kim Novack, Chuck Yeager.
Feb.14th Drew Bledsoe, Michael Bloomberg
Feb 15th Chris Farley, Melissa Manchester, Jane Seymour
Feb 16th John McEnroe, Ice T
Feb 17th Paris Hilton Larry the Cable Guy, Michael Jordan.
Feb 18th Matt Dillion Vanna White, Yoko Ono,
Feb 19th Victoria Justice,
Feb. 20th Rihanna, Kurt Cobain, Sandy Duncan.
Feb. 21st Ellen Paige, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Tyne Dailey
Feb 22nd Drew Barrymore, Jeri Ryan,
Feb. 23rd Dakota Fanning, Michael Dell
Feb 24th Eddie Murray Steve Jobs, Joe Lieberman
Feb. 25th Sean Astin
Feb .26th Michael Bolton,
Feb 27th Chelsea Clinton, Ralph Nadar,
Feb. 28th Eric Lindros, Bernedette Peters.
Please take a moment of your time to sing happy birthday to all of these great people. Most importantly, if it is your birthday we wish you many many more!
We try to match up some of our articles with the time of the year, here are a few that you might find of interest to you.
First Aid For Frostbite
Making The Perfect Chocolate Cake!
Coffee Is More Than A Drink It's A Lifestyle
The Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Networking
Clothing and Accessories Discounts and Sales
Some humor to start the month off right.
A unit of soldiers was marching a long dusty march across the rolling prairie. It was a hot blistering day and the men, longing for water and rest, were impatient to reach the next town.
A rancher rode past.
"Say, friend", called out one of the men, "how far is it to the next town?"
"Oh, a matter of two miles or so, I reckon," called back the rancher. Another long hour dragged by, and another rancher was encountered.
"How far to the next town?" the men asked him eagerly.
"Oh, a good two miles."
A nearly half hour longer of marching, and then a third rancher. "Hey, how far's the next town?"
"Not far," was the encouraging answer, "only about two miles."
"Well," sighed the optimistic sergeant, "thank God, we're holding our own, anyhow!"
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