Friday, January 14, 2022 National Days: National Dress Up Your Pet Day, National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day and National Ratification Day

January 14 National Days Are:
• National Dress Up Your Pet Day, National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day and Ratification Day

January 14 National Days We Celebrated:
• National Dress Up Your Pet Day, National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day and Ratification Day

Josephine dressed in her raincoat
Josephine dressed in her argyle sweater
Josephine dressed in her winter coat
Josephine dressed in her Woof Woof sweater
Josephine dressed in her indigenous sweater
Josephine in her family matching pajamas
Josephine in her winter coat
Josephine in her Valentine’s dress
Josephine’s Birthday T-Shirt
Josephine in her birthday dress
Josephine in her Easter dress
Josephine’s New Years dress
Josephine in her Christmas sweater

National Dress Up Your Pet Day – Josephine, our 15 Year Old Bichapoo
We dressed Josephine in all her outfits. She has an outfit for all weather conditions and all special occasions. She is going to be 16 on March 25 this year. Every day is a blessing with her. We love her so much. #Dress Up Your Pet Day

National Hot Pastrami Sandwich – Firehouse Subs
The Hot Pastrami Sandwich at Firehouse Subs is the most amazing pastrami sandwich I have ever had. They have preset condiments that they put on each of their subs that makes the sub the best tasting. I have also eaten other subs from there which are just as good. Their link is: https://www.firehousesubs.ca/. #Hot Pastrami Sandwich
National Ratification Day – Paris 1919
Paris 1919 is the movie we watched today for National Ratification Day. This film is about the Paris Peace Conference that negotiated the end of World War I with the Versailles Treaty, signed in June 1919 at the palace of Versailles in Paris. This held Germany responsible for starting the war and imposed harsh penalties. This humiliated Germany while failing to resolve the underline issues. This was part of the fuel that led to the rise of Adolf Hitler and his Nazi Party, as well as the coming of World War II.

The U.S. President Woodrow Wilson outlined; in his speech, fourteen strategies to ensure national security and world peace. The most significant sections set the tone for postwar American diplomacy and the ideals that would form the background of U.S. foreign policy. I rented this movie from the library. #Ratification Day

Let’s see what tomorrow’s adventure will be…

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