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Being away for a few days is better than any pill or potion the doctor could give me. We went on a "dolphin cruise," which is a fancy thing to call a ride on a small boat, but we did see the dolphins all around us, and lots of other lovely sights.
When Boudreaux's Mère be not feelin' so good, she go see her traiteur (doctor). She done tol' him, "I been feelin' low in my mind ever since my soeur (sister) die las' year."
An' de traiteur say, "I goin' give you de medicine, you take a pill when you be sad enough you t'ink you need one."
She take de paper to de herboristerie, an' he give her de pills (Valium), an' she tell Boudreaux 'bout it.
A bit later, Boudreaux he ax his Mère, "How it be wit' dem pills de traiteur give you?"
An' she say, "Oh, I done quit takin' dem t'ings."
"Why you done quit?" Boudreaux ax. "Be dey not workin'?"
An' she say, "Mais, no, dey be workin' too good, it be makin' me feel so great, I be wavin' to people I don' even like!"
Act Goofy Day -- started by someone who wanted to see how far the internet could spread goofiness
Arivee de l'Evangile -- French Polynesia (Gospel Day)
Babysitter Safety Day
Buergbrennen -- Luxembourg (traditional burning of special bonfires on the first Sunday of Lent)
Celebrate Your Name Week -- Sunday: Namesake Day, a day to think about how you got your name (week begun in 1997 by onomatology hobbyist Jerry Hill)
Crispus Attucks Day*
Custom Chief's Day -- Vanuatu
Diasia -- Ancient Greek Calendar (festival of Zeus Meilikhios; date approximate)
Girl Scout Sunday -- US (encouraging Girl Scouts to wear their uniforms to church services and represent their troop to their congregations; the first day of Girl Scout Week in the US)
National Absinthe Day
National Cheese Doodle Day
National Words Matter Week -- US (focusing on the importance of words, particularly the written word; week originally sponsored by The National Association of Independent Writers and Editors)
Navigium Isis/Ploiaphaesia: The Festival of Navigation -- Ancient Roman Calendar/Ancient Egyptian Calendar (Sailing Festival, honoring Isis as sea goddess and goddess of sailing, on the traditional start of the sailing season)
Orthodox Sunday -- Orthodox Christian
Scouts' Day -- Taiwan (celebration of Boy Scouts and Girl Guides in Taiwan)
St. Piran's Day (Patron of miners, tin miners, tinners; Cornwall, England; Piran, Slovenia)
St. Piran's Day Celebrations -- Cornwall, England; Kansas City, KA, US
Saint Piran's Day Celebration -- Kansas City, KA, US (celebration of the patron saint of Cornwall and Cornish peoples, as well as the patron of tin miners, sponsored by the Greater Kansas City Cornish Society)
Stop the Clocks Day -- another of those with-no-explanation web holidays that sounds like a good idea
Temperance Day -- North America's first Temperance Law was passed in Virginia this day in 1623
Wedding of the March Dryads -- Fairy Calendar
Channel Islands National Park is established, 1980
Jake Lloyd, 1989
Niki Taylor, 1975
Kevin Connolly, 1974
Eva Mendes, 1974
Andy Gibb, 1958
Penn Jillette, 1955
Marsha Warfield, 1954
Michael Warren, 1946
Paul Sand, 1944
Samantha Eggar, 1939
Fred Williamson, 1938
Dean Stockwell, 1936
James Noble, 1922
Rex Harrison, 1908
Zhou Enlai, 1898
Emmett J. Culligan, 1893
Heitor Villa-Lobos, 1887
Howard Pyle, 1853
James Merrit Ives, 1824
William Blackstone, 1595
Gerhardus Mercator, 1512
"What the Butler Saw"(Play)1969
"Leningrad"/Symphony No. 7 in C major (Shostakovich Op. 60), 1942
Today in History:
Roman Emperor Julian moves from Antioch with an army of 90,000 to attack the Sassanid Empire, in a campaign which would bring about his own death, 363
Naser Khosrow begins the seven-year Middle Eastern journey which he will later describe in his book Safarnama, 1046
English king Henry VII hires John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) and his sons to explore unknown lands for England, 1496
Smoking tobacco is introduced in Europe by Francisco Fernandes, 1558
Copernicus' "de Revolutionibus" is placed on Catholic Forbidden index, 1616
Antonio de Ulloa, the first Spanish governor of Louisiana, arrives in New Orleans to take possession of the Louisiana territory from the French, 1766
*Boston Massacre: British troops kill 5 in a crowd, including a young boy and Crispus Attackus, the first black to die for American freedom, in an event that would contribute to the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War five years later, 1770
The Dutch city of Leeuwarden forbids Jews to go to synagogues on Sundays, 1820
Samuel Colt makes the first production-model revolver, the .34-caliber, 1836
George Westinghouse Jr patents the triple air brake for trains, 1872
Nikola Tesla, in Electrical World and Engineer, describes the process of the ball lightning formation, 1904
Winston Churchill uses the phrase "Iron Curtain" in his speech at Westminster College, Missouri, 1946
The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty goes into effect after ratification by 43 nations, 1970
Soviet probes Venera 11, Venera 12 and the American solar satellite Helios II all are hit by "off the scale" gamma rays leading to the discovery of soft gamma repeaters, 1979
America's Voyager 1 spacecraft has its closest approach to Jupiter, 172,000 miles, 1979
The Soviet probe Venera 14 arrives at the planet Venus, 1982
The graves of Czar Nicholas II and his family are found near St. Petersburg, 1995
President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, dies in office in the nation's capital, Caracas, at age 58, 2013
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