I’m almost done with my roundup, but I’m in desperate search for my usb adaptor that reads the micro sd card in my point and shoot camera. I have a ton of August pictures on that thing and can’t seem to find the card anywhere. I guess I will have to do some cleaning on Labor Day!
Today is Labor Day in the United States, which means Hubby is off work and we are off of school. Woohoo! Hubby has declared that Labor Day is his favorite holiday since there is no decorating, present buying, or really any pressure of any sort. I guess I can agree with that. Of course, I’ve always thought about Labor Day as being the official time to put away my summer clothes – especially white skirts/pants.
Labor Day really seems to be an excuse for one more 3 day weekend before we head into the long fall and winter months. Many families travel during this time to fit in one last summer “hurrah!” I don’t remember taking a lot of trips for Labor Day since it’s always after the start of school, but I do think my family went to Park City a few times? It’s certainly never been a memorable holiday in my book.
I was surprised to find an entire website dedicated to celebrating Labor Day. I like what the site had to say about this being a day to celebrate “the right to rest” and I plan to do some of that myself! I’m also hopeful that I will get a chance to work on a few projects that I’ve been longing to do. We are also hosting a barbecue party for my in-laws in the evening.
If you live in the United States, what are you doing for Labor Day? Do you like Labor Day? I feel kind of melancholy about it this year because it means that summer is really ending. If you are international, do you have any similar holidays in your country? How do you celebrate?
All good things to think about on a Memory Monday!