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Little Girl is doing a lot of things to try to stay military fit. She works out, and does a program called gymfit, and she's considering trying ballet. Someone got her started by showing her barre moves, and her comment was that it's a lot harder than it looks. She's right, it can be quite a workout.
Clothile love her de ballet, an' once in so of'en she con Boudreaux into takin' her to see it. She enjoy it so much, when she foun' out dere be an adult beginner class, she decide she goin' sign up.
Boudreaux t'ink dat funny, an' he say, "Maybe I join it, too, so I can see you tryin' to get you leg up on dat barre! Do you t'ink dey would make me wear a tutu?"
An' Clothile say, "Mais, you be so big aroun' dey would have to sew two of dem together an' make you a four-four!"
Care Sunday / Carling Sunday -- England, 5th Sunday of Lent (possibly from the Old Saxon "carles", or husbandman)
Feast of Acan -- Ancient Mayan Calendar (god of wine, whose name means either "belch" or "groan", depending on your source -- although both seem apt, one during the celebration, the other after; date approximate)
Great Lovers Day -- you don't have to be a Cassanova to celebrate the great lovers in your life!
International Children's Book Day -- on the birth anniversary of Hans Christian Andersen, sponsored this year by the Russian division of IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People); this year's theme is "Let's Grow Up With The Book!"
Kanamara Matsuri -- Kanayama Shrine, Kawasaki, Japan ("Festival of the Steel Phallus", a phallic symbol festival, now a big tourist draw and used to raise money for HIV research)
Malvinas Day -- Argentina (honors veterans of the Falklands War)
National Ferret Day -- US (The American Ferret Association)
National Love Your Produce Manager Day -- with its own Facebook page
National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
Reconciliation Day -- as recommended by columnist Ann Landers, use today to reach out and mend a broken relationship
Sizdehbedar -- Iran (Nature Day)
Spring Fever and Medical Aid Appeal -- Fairy Calendar
St. Francis of Paloa's Day (Patron of boatmen, mariners, naval officers, sailors, travellers, watermen; Amato, Italy; Calbria, Italy; Fossato Serraita, Italy; Sant'Agata di Esaro, Italy; against fire, plague, and sterility)
St. Urban of Langres' Day (Patron of barrel makers/coopers, gardeners, vine dressers/vine growers/vintners; Dijon, France; Langres, France; against alcoholism, blight, fainting, frost, storms)
Taily Day, Scotland (engage in pranks related to your tail end, a second day of April fooling)
Thai Heritage Conservation Day -- Thailand
Unity of Peoples of Russia and Belarus Day -- Belarus
World Autism Awareness Day -- UN
Yo-Yo & Skill Toys Convention -- Spinning Top and Yo-Yo Museum, Burlington, WI, US (22nd annual, with exhibits, demos, contests, and fun)
Napoleon Bonaparte marries the Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria, 1810
Bethany Joy Galeotti, 1981
Christopher Meloni, 1961
Pamela Reed, 1953
Ron "Horshack" Palillo, 1949
Camille Paglia, 1947
Emmylou Harris, 1947
Linda Hunt, 1945
Leon Russell, 1942
Dr. Demento, 1941
Marvin Gaye, 1939
Jack Webb, 1920
Charles White, 1918
Alec Guinness, 1914
Buddy Ebsen, 1908
Max Ernst, 1891
Walter Chrysler, 1875
Emile Zola, 1840
Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, 1834
Hans Christian Anderson, 1805
Giovanni Giacomo Girolamo Casanova, 1725
Nickelodeon(TV Cable Channel), 1979
"2001: A Space Odyssey"(Film), 1968
"As the World Turns"(TV), 1956
"The Edge of Night"(TV), 1956
Symphony No. 1 in C major(Beethoven Op. 21), 1800
Today in History:
Mehmed II begins his siege of Istanbul/Constantinople, 1453
Juan Ponce de Leon becomes the first European to set foot in Florida, 1513
"American Farmer," the first successful agricultural journal, begins publication, 1819
Victoria Woodhull becomes the first woman nominated for president of the US, 1870
The first Easter egg roll is held on the White House lawn, 1877
Puerto Rico is given limited self rule by the US Congress, 1900
The first full time movie theater, the "Electric Theater," opens in Los Angeles, 1902
The Titanic undergoes sea trials under her own power, 1912
President Woodrow Wilson asks Congress to declare war on Germany, 1917
Haile Selassie is proclaimed emperor of Ethiopia, 1930
Charles Lindbergh turns over the $50,000 ransom for his kidnapped son, 1932
The first official Panda crossing is opened outside Waterloo station, London, 1962
Argentine forces sieze the Falkland Islands, beginning the Falklands War, 1982
Rita Johnston becomes the first female Premier of a Canadian province (British Columbia), 1991
Israeli forces surround and besiege the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem into which armed Palestinians had retreated, 2002
Three widows and two daughters of Osama bin Laden were charged with illegally living in Pakistan; they were sentenced with 45 days in jail and fined $114 each, 2012
The Arms Trade Treaty, the first-ever bill to regulate the global trade in conventional weapons, is passed by the U.N. General Assembly, 2013