Lame Duck Day This holiday honors anyone who is on their way out of their jobs or their elected office. The term lame duck is usually used to refer to someone who is sitting there waiting for something bad to happen but in this case, it refers to a personRead More →
Leap Day Leap Day is celebrated every four years. When February 29th is on the calendar, it is called a Leap Year. A leap day is observed because the Earth’s period of orbital revolution around the Sun takes approximately 6 hours longer than 365 whole days. Leap Day is addedRead More →
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