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February is…

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I recently did a Google search to see what holidays occurred in February and learned that February is a month with many special causes and events.  Check out all the cool events for February:

  1. Adopt A Rescued Rabbit Month
  2. AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month
  3. American Heart Month
  4. Bake for Family fun Month
  5. Bird Feeding Month
  6. Black History Month
  7. Boost Self Esteem Month
  8. Care About Your Indoor Air Month
  9. Cherry Month
  10. Children’s Dental Health Month
  11. Condom Month
  12. Expect Success Month
  13. February is Fabulous Florida Strawberry Month
  14. Grapefruit Month
  15. Hot Breakfast Month
  16. Jobs in Golf Month
  17. Library Lovers’ Month
  18. Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month
  19. Mend a Broken Heart Month
  20. Parent Leadership Month
  21. Pet Dental Health Month
  22. Plant the Seeds of Greatness Month
  23. Pull Your Sofa Off The Wall Month
  24. Relationship Wellness Month
  25. Renaissance of the Heart Month
  26. Return Shopping Carts to the Supermarket Month
  27. Spay/Neuter Awareness Month
  28. Spunky Old Broads Month
  29. Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month
  30. Therapeutic Recreation Month
  31. Time Management Month
  32. Wise Health Care Consumer Month
  33. Worldwide Renaissance of the Heart Month
  34. Youth Leadership Month

There are so many great causes to celebrate this month.  I especially love that it’s American heart month, bake for family fun month, library lovers’ month and hot breakfast month.  Now I just have to think of some ways to celebrate some of these wonderful causes.

Which causes will you celebrate this month?

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  • While I would like to celebrate “spunky old broads” month, I don’t think I’m there yet…lol! Honestly out of all these causes, what is near and dear to my heart is spay/neuter month. I dare anyone to spend one afternoon in an animal shelter and tell me this initiative isn’t important.

    • I agree that it is a very important initiative. Just today, I met my friends new dog that was rescued from a research facility where they used dogs to test prescription medicines. She’s had him fora week and it’s been an adjustment because (1) he’s not used to feeling carpet, grass or anything soft under his feet because he’s used to cold concrete and (2) he doesn’t bark or make any sounds. We’re guessing it’s because the poor dogs were probably punished for it at the facility 🙁

  • Onica chose the one that caught my eye LOL Am I old enough (I’m 35) for Spunky Old Broads Month? 🙂