Tuesday, June 1, 2010

The Month of June


Betcha thought I forgot to post something about the month of June, didn't 'cha?!?!?  
Well......I just about did!!!
What's up with this year flying by so fast?!?!  
Do you realize that at the end of this month the year 2010 will  be half over....ALREADY?!?!?!?

That's just so hard to believe!!!

So...here's some June trivia for 'ya.....

The birthstone for June is the pearl....
  The flower for the month of June is the rose....
Did you know....that in the month of June....we celebrate the following?

Dairy Month
Great Outdoors Month
National Adopt-a-cat Month
National Drive Safe Month
National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month
National Iced Tea Month
National Rose Month
National Safety Monty
National Tennis Month
Potty Training Awareness Month (huh?!?!?)
Turkey Lovers Month
Zoo and Aquarium Month

 1st week of June - National Fishing Week
2nd week of June - National  Clay Week
3rd week of June - National Camping Week


June 14th - American Flag Day

June 20th - Father's Day 

And....who could forget that June is considered the "month of love".....when so many weddings take place....
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And....last but not least....what do we all expect to see in the month of June?

Why....June bugs, of course!!!

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June Blessings to each of 'ya!!!

In His Most Precious Love....and with mine!!!

2 comments:

  1. Hey girl! I am back from my long weekend in the Smokies! Loved every minute of it and could not believe how things in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville have changed since we were there 14 years ago! I know that's a long time, but goodness! I visited Piney and saw your relatives... well, sort of. I was able to find most of the places I remembered from my childhood so that I could show my son where everyone lived beck then. We really enjoyed the trip. Hope you are doing well!!

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  2. June is a great month! It is when we begin to plant our vegetables...yummm :)

    Thank you for all of the info. I don't particulary care for the June bugs, but we must take the good with the bad ;)

    Maria

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