Month: June 2019
“Steep learning curve.”
Used to mean something is hard to learn, as in climbing a steep hill.
“When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new” – The Dalai Lama
NATIONAL CONTRACT SEWING MONTH National Contract Sewing Month is in July and is a month long-observance recognizing and celebrating all things manufactured with a needle and thread. Being able to purchase goods which require so much intricacy and skill to produce is something most people take for granted. That’s why a national holiday that recognizes […]
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NATIONAL LOGISTICS DAY National Logistics Day is observed annually on June 28th in appreciation for the importance that the logistics industry plays in both our national and global economies! The logistics industry first started to take form when Marco Polo traveled to China on the Silk Road and kept a detailed written record paving the […]
NATIONAL COCONUT DAY Summer starts in earnest on June 26th when National Coconut Day arrives! The coconut offers sweet support for our bodies in several ways. Coconut oil alone falls into the superfood category due to its medium chain triglyceride (MCTs) content and all that they seem to do. Whether supporting a weight loss program, […]
“Liking something is a way better experience than not liking something.” – C.S. Lewis
I didn’t get a “harrumph” out of that guy! – The Honorable William J. Lepetomane (Mel Brooks) in Blazing Saddles (1974)
The Governor expected everyone to show agreement with him by giving him a ‘harrumph’. One politician neglected to do so until urged on by Hedley Lamarr.