My Twitter account has been hacked! Grr! Whoever did it changed the email and the password, so I can't get in. I got emails from twitter asking if I changed things. I have already filled out the hacked/fraud form, so it's now just wait and see.
So...what are we celebrating....
1). Spouse's Day: This holiday is a time to enjoy and appreciate your better half. You can use this day as a prelude or warm up to Valentine's Day, perhaps. But, it's not as much of a gift giving event. Use it as a time to show your spouse that you care and appreciate all of the things that he/she does for you and for the household. Both Mike and I were at work most of the day, so we've skipped this one.
2). National Peanut Brittle Day: Brittle is a type of confection consisting of flat broken pieces of hard sugar candy embedded with nuts, in this case peanuts. The term brittle first appears in print in 1892, though the candy itself has been around for much longer. Peanut brittle was one of the first types of candy ever made. It is made with molasses. I've never actually made it or eaten it....
3). National Seed Swap Day: This holiday empowers gardeners all over America to share their resources with other gardeners. It reduces the need to buy expensive seeds from commercial suppliers. Instead, gardeners share seeds from open-pollinated plants, allowing people to grow varieties that are suited to local conditions.
4). Lotus 1-2-3 Day: The Lotus Development Corporation releases Lotus 1-2-3 for IBM Computers on this day in 1983. Mitchell Kapor, founder and friend of the developers to VisiCalc, developed this program that will soon outsell their friends program by the end of the year. The design was awfully close to VisiCalc, but the program seemed to be – for the most part – bug free. It was truly the next step in business programs.
I hope everyone is having a great Saturday, and I"m sorry this got posted so late.