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July’s Fascinating Days
1: Happy Canada Day!
4: Happy Independence Day! (Barbecue, anyone?)
6: Enjoy some fried chicken on Fried Chicken Day
7: Who needs a reason? It’s Chocolate Day
10: Have a Teddy Bear Picnic
12: Indulge moderately on Pecan Pie Day
14: Happy Bastille Day! (Although Bastille Day wasn't very good for my family, I love to watch the parade [those Legionnaires!].)
20: Sing the Lollipop song (very girlish!) on Lollipop Day
28: Look especially chic on Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy’s Birthday
30: Happy Friendship Day!
Beat the heat by visiting a beach, lake, river, or water park this month: be sure to observe water safety rules.
This month’s reading: To be frank, I have been so sick for the past two months that I have almost quit reading entirely, which concerns everyone who knows me as that has never happened before.
Heather and Charlotte, bless them, sent me a stack of Victoria magazines and some art supplies that are still in the box. My FBI reading has fallen by the wayside, and I haven’t opened a novel since April.
The one book that I have been working on in little bites is Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman. I truly believe that almost every adult would benefit from reading Mr. Silberman’s book.
Please continue to pray for my family and me. Every time I think I have my problems solved, I am thrown a new curve.