Pretty much every day of the year is some kind of holiday somewhere. In-between the big holidays, like Christmas, Valentine's Day, and Halloween, are quirky holidays like National Taco Day, Best Friends Day, National Hug Your Cat Day, etc. Do you like to celebrate lesser-known holidays? Are there particular ones during the year you look forward to?
I just found out that today (July 30) is National Cheesecake Day. If I had known that in advance, I might have worked out a celebration with the ladies at work. I made peanut butter cookies for National Peanut Butter Cookie Day this year (June 12) and another lady brought ice cream for National Ice Cream Month. We celebrate National Ice Cream Month every year at my office because everyone here loves ice cream and it's pretty cheap to get a few gallons of ice cream and some cones. We also take advantage of National Donut Day every year to get a free donut from Krispy Kreme.
I try to keep an eye out of MSN.com for unusual holidays. Sometimes I don't find out about them until the day of the event.
I think there should be a National Bacon Cheeseburger Day. There's a National Cheeseburger Day and a National Bacon Day but they don't fall on the same day to allow you to honor them both together. That's a shame.