Mark your calendars with these dates…

Hey, I hope all is well. Here it is July 3rd already. As many of you know I love greeting cards. I missed getting the June dates out and apologize for that. Here are a number of reasons to send a greeting card in July.

Standard reasons to send a greeting card in July:
Birthdays
Anniversaries
Weddings
New house
New baby
Condolences
To stay in touch

But let’s kick it up a notch and send cards for the following days:

July 2019 Daily Holidays, Special and Wacky Days:

Reasons to Send Cards All July long
Dog Days of Summer – July 3 – August 11
National Blueberry Month
National Anti-Boredom Month
Unlucky Month for weddings
National Cell Phone Courtesy Month
 National Hot Dog Month
National Ice Cream Month
National Picnic Month
Weekly Reasons:
Week 2 – Nude Recreation Week
 Week 3 – Capture the Sunset Week
Date July 2019 Daily Holidays, Special and Wacky Days:
1 Canada Day / Dominion Day
1 Creative Ice Cream Flavors Day
1  International Chicken Wing Day
1 International Joke Day
2 I Forgot Day
2 World UFO Day
3 Compliment Your Mirror Day
3 Disobedience Day
3 Eat Beans Day
3 Stay  out of the Sun Day
4 ndependence Day (U.S.)
4 National Country Music Day
4 Sidewalk Egg Frying Day
5 National Apple Turnover Day
5 National Bikini Day
5 Work-a-holics Day  International Kissing Day
6 International Kissing Day
6 International Cherry Pit Spitting Day
6 National Fried Chicken Day
7 Build A Scarecrow Day
7 Chocolate Day
7 National Strawberry Sundae Day
8 Body Painting Day
8 National Blueberry Day
8 Video Games Day
9 National Sugar Cookie Day
10 Pick Blueberries Day
10 Teddy Bear Picnic Day
11 Cheer up the Lonely Day
11 National Blueberry Muffins Day
11 World Population Day
12 Different Colored Eyes Day
12  Pecan Pie Day
13 Barbershop Music Appreciation Day
13 Embrace Your Geekness Day
13 Fool’s Paradise Day
13 riday the 13th
13 National French Fries Day
14 Bastille Day
14 Pandemonium Day
14 14 National Nude Day 
14 Shark Awareness Day
15 Be a Dork Day
15 Cow Appreciation Day
15 Global Hug Your Kids Day
15 Tapioca Pudding Day
16 Fresh Spinach Day
16 World Snake Day
17 National Hot Dog Day
17 Peach Ice Cream Day
17 World Emoji Day
17 Yellow Pig Day
18 National Caviar Day
19 National Daiquiri Day
19 National Raspberry Cake Day
20 National Ice Cream Soda Day
20 National Lollipop Day
20 Moon Day
20 Ugly Truck Day
21 National Ice Cream Day
21 National Junk Food Day
22 Hammock Day
22 Ratcatcher’s Day
23 Vanilla Ice Cream Day
24 Amelia Earhart Day
24 Cousins Day
24 National Tequila Day
24 Tell an Old Joke Day
25 Culinarians Day
25 Threading the Needle Day
26 All or Nothing Day
26 Aunt and Uncle Day
26 System Administrator Appreciation Day
27 National Day of the Cowboy
27 Take Your Houseplants for a Walk
27 Take Your Pants for a Walk Day
28 National Milk Chocolate Day
28 Parent’s Day
29 Interntional Tiger Day
29 National Chicken Wing Day
29 National Lasagna Day
30 National Cheesecake Day
30 Father-in-Law Day
30 International Day of Friendship
31 Mutt’s Day

1 Canada Day / Dominion Day

  1. Creative Ice Cream Flavors Day 1 International Chicken Wing Day 1 International Joke Day
  2. I Forgot Day

3 Eat Beans Day

13 Fool’s Paradise Day 13 Friday the 13th

  1. National French Fries Day 14 Bastille Day
  2. Pandemonium Day 14 National Nude Day 14 Shark Awareness Day 15 Be a Dork Day
  3. Cow Appreciation Day– Go out and give a cow a hug
  4. Global Hug Your Kids Day – third Monday of the month 15 Tapioca Pudding Day
  5. Fresh Spinach Day
  1. World Snake Day
  1. National Hot Dog Day – third Wednesday in July 17 Peach Ice Cream Day
  2. World Emoji Day 17 Yellow Pig Day
  3. National Caviar Day– something’s fishy here 19 National Daiquiri Day
  4. National Raspberry Cake Day 20 National Ice Cream Soda Day 20 National Lollipop Day
  5. Moon Day
  6. Ugly Truck Day- it’s a “guy” thing

30 International Day of Friendship 31 Mutt’s Day

When was the last time you received a personal letter in the mail?

Letter in the mailWhen was the last time you received a personal letter in the mail?

How did it make you feel?

When was the last time you sent a letter or card?

Sadly the world has jumped on board with email, texting, instant messaging and abandoned snail mail.

Do remember the pleasure of going to the mail box and getting something besides bills and flyers?

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