June is a great month, with plenty of blog fodder to write about.
June 3: National Repeat Day.
According to The Syracuse Post Standard of June 3, 1995, page 11: “Today is National Repeat Day, a day in which we are all encouraged to expand our personal vocabulary by choosing an unfamiliar word and using it in different sentences as many times as possible throughout the day. The afflatus (look it up) for this observance comes from a fifth-grader from Hartford, Conn., through his local newspaper, the Hartford Courant. Just another example of news-paper’s role in education….” Continue reading