So, may I ask, in this bizarre blog, that you will never read, you over-zealous-observer of holidays, why are you so appalled at my blatant disregard for a holiday that really should only be celebrated by elementary students? Is there just something about holidays, that ask so little of people, that you just love? After St. Patrick's Day is June 27, or Helen Keller Day, your second favorite holiday? Do you love celebrating it by not talking, listening or hearing anyone? Or does Earth Day just make you sing? Earth Day - what do you do for this day? Wear a globe? Remind your customers to use paper instead of plastic, not flush your toilet until the next day in order to save water or take a long breath of air? Seriously, these aren't real holidays. Sure, they are nice to remind us that stuff is going on, but honestly, no one wakes up and says, "Is it already the last Friday of April? Crap, I got to go get a tree and plant it." They don't. Holidays are about real actions. Christmas = presents. New Years = resolutions, staying up too late, and hating yourself for making this a real holiday. Thanksgiving = gluttony. Birthday = narcissism. Mother's Day = Gratitude / Guilt for making her cook. You see those are real holidays, not St. Patrick's Day, which, by the way, I had to use wikipedia.com to learn about.