National Grammar Day

Happy National Grammar Day! Yes, this is really National Grammar Day!

This particular holiday is only 11 years old!  It is still a child.

Martha Brockenbrough created National Grammar Day in 2008. She is the founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar.  The English language has over a million words. Our language has some set rules and also has some debatable rules in it as well.  We have a holiday to celebrate this sometimes crazy grammar.

I know you are all wondering “how do we celebrate this holiday?”  It is quite easy.  Use proper grammar today! 😉  Or be crazy and purchase a style guide or grammar resource today!

Enjoy your words and Happy National Grammar Day!

Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The time is always right to do what is right.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today celebrates and honors Martin Luther King, Jr. in America. Today, we take a moment to reflect back on his great life and achievements.

As part of our National Park System, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site is located in Atlanta, Georgia. This national historic site is Atlanta’s top tourist destination. Here you can hear his story, visit the home of his birth, and where he played as a child. You can also walk in his footsteps in Atlanta and also hear his voice in the church where he moved hearts and minds.

So, the next time you visit Atlanta, check out this cool national historic site! In the meantime, take a moment today to reflect on his messages of love and peace.

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.