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Monthly Activities for Kids by Linda Martin Andersen

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12 Responses to “September Activities–This Month’s Calendar Events”

  1. Dear Linda,
    I love ice cream cone day! Awesome. Wilderness Month is a good one to celebrate, too. Thanks for the multitude of ideas to celebrate.

    Never Give UP
    Joan Y. Edwards

  2. Joan,
    Ice cream and the wilderness. I like your choices. Thank goodness we can enjoy both and not only one or the other. You are always welcome for the list of calendar ideas to consider celebrating. I enjoy posting them.

  3. lindaphillips4866 said

    Linda,

    We had a studebaker when I was growing up. I thought it was the ugliest thing I had ever seen. I used to duck down in the back seat so my friends wouldn’t see me. Great memory. Thanks!

    • Linda,
      I can relate to that feeling of wanting to be invisible. My grandmother drove an ugly black car that was older than I was. I didn’t want friends to see me in that car. Thanks for sharing your memory with us.

  4. don;t know how you came up with so many things to celebrate, but I just let my FB friends know all about it!

  5. I’m for cutting you some slack on being late, Linda. You’re a busy girl. Sarah

  6. Linda, I won’t deduct any marks. Wow, so many interesting days this month. The one that jumped out at me was, “what is a studebaker?” I know without having to look it up because when I was a kid we had one. It’s a car! LOL. I’ll also check out Karen Katz’ hat book. I like books about hats and Karen writes cute books. 🙂

    • Tracy,
      Your family had a studebaker? Do you remember the model and year? I hope this topic brought back very pleasant memories for you.

      Please do look for a copy of Karen Katz’s hat book. It might inspire a whimiscal project of your own. You are so creative.

      It’s always great to hear from you. Thanks for liking this post.

      • Unfortunately, I was too young too remember.
        And I did check out Karen’s book. Next trip to the library and I’ll take it out. She makes writing a concept book look easy, but I know it’s not.
        Thanks for your encouragement, Linda.

      • Tracy,
        Perhaps you’ll think to bring up the studebaker topic sometime with your parents and end up hearing a family story or two.

        I’m tickled that you have plans to check out Karen Katz’ hat book. Enjoy.

        You are welcome for encouragement about your art. I love your creativity.

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