Let’s just throw off the last two days in August and ring in Sept. 1 with Emma M. Nutt Day. Ms. Nutt was the first telephone operator in America. Working for a whopping $3 a day, she gave new meaning to the phrase, “what city, please?” She held the job for 33 years. As a tribute to Ms. Nutt, let’s reminisce with a little Lily Tomlin humor:
This date is also Calendar Adjustment Day, followed by National Beheading Day on Sept. 2. Needless to say, I will not be adjusting my calendar for this one. I can find no logical reasons for either of these holidays (and I’m using the term loosely).
Be Late for Something Day is Sept. 5. I’m prone to switch it up a little and be on time for something, since being late is pretty much my calling card – especially when I’m procrastinating about something. Do what you want, though.
Speaking of being late, we’re gonna wrap things up for now. So until next week, get your party on!Full Article