It’s Today All Day.

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  1. Margot

    What a great calendar!

    The title of this post reminds me of a song my kids sang in preschool. It went:

    “Today is Monday (or whatever day it was)
    Today is Monday
    Today is Monday
    All day long”

    It was very simplistic and repetitive, but it really helped the kids understand the concept days.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      That’s a wonderful song. I don’t remember understanding the concept of days until several years after preschool, when I began to understand that Friday was the beginning of the weekend. By that time I’d gotten tired of school so the weekend was something to look forward to, a chance to stay up late, sleep late, and do whatever I wanted with my friends.

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  2. Jay

    Never a reason to be bored.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Yes, there’s always something going on.

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  3. educationalmentorship

    So many wonderful days to choose from! My anniversary is on Balloon Day–I’ll have to remember that:-) Personally, I’m totally pumped for National Viking Day.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Get out your helmet with horns! I know people say it’s a good thing to enjoy the here and now, but I think it’s just as good–if not better–to have something to look forward to.

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  4. Ann Koplow

    Almost every day is Chris day, thank goodness.

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