it’s the monday giggles…
‘I’m never going to work for that man again.’
‘Why, what did he say?’
Compared with other celebrations, Labor Day is the quiet day. There maybe a few students using this as an opportunity for a last fling before knuckling down to the Fall term, but for most people, Labor day is just a welcome day off work!
America has celebrated Labor Day on the first Monday in September since the 1882. The original idea was to have a street parade to show off ‘The strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations’.
When Labor Day was first proposed people worked 12hr days. Continue reading “Happy (insert) Day! labor = work, hard work, toil, exertion, industry, effort.”
to stand by
It does not mean
to stand by the
or any other
Theodore Roosevelt. Continue reading “every waving flag.”
I wanted to re-blog a post from a courageous Young Adult – who writes what, (for) myself, I have desired to be brave enough to address; regarding the abused boundaries of freedom of speech.
Did you know that:
Freedom of Speech means that someone’s right to say something is protected within certain limits.
A person may have to suffer consequences for saying some things, but they still have the right to say them. For example, it is against the law to yell, “FIRE,” in a crowded place because someone may get injured.
At a time when our country is more polarized than ever, I seek ways to
Continue reading “Dear Kathy Griffin… — BeautyBeyondBones”