August 28th Race Your Mouse Day

Today is owned by so if you are actually going to race your mouse (Computer) make sure you get permission from them first. We all do it, we race our computer mouses around the screen while waiting for whatever we are searching for to finally load. The slower your computer speed, or internet speed, the more you race your mouse. You can’t win, there’s really no competition either… it’s just something to do because you are bored. So let’s hope you don’t have to race your mouse a lot today because, well, it serves no purpose!

How to celebrate – Get a higher speed internet. Invent a game where you really can race your mouse. Chill out and wait for it to load.

October 21st Count Your Buttons Day

Now I know we have all been bored with having to stay in our homes and limited contact with others but when you have to resort to a day like today things really get sad. Today is, Count Your Buttons Day and apparently it serves no purpose other than to try and help you find a way to entertain yourself. This can be a problem if you tend to wear t-shirts. Then you might find yourself counting other people’s buttons and that is just “Wrong”.

How to celebrate – Count how many buttons you are wearing today. Find something, anything else to do. Start a button collection that you can bring out and count.

April 17th Blah, Blah, Blah Day

Have you ever listened to some one talk and eventually you start hearing blah, blah, blah? In marriage this often becomes the dreaded, “Honey Do” list. (Guess you don’t have to be married to get this list) The thing is, people have the ability to listen to something they aren’t interested in for about 15 minutes before they begin to think about what they are going to have for supper, all the places they have to go, did they do something they were supposed to do earlier. When we are speaking, we need to remember this. To say what we want to say quickly and to the point so the blah, blah, blah doesn’t set in.

How to celebrate – Try and count how many times today you fall into the blah, blah, blah’s. Make your presentations interesting. Burn your “Honey Do” list.