Today is Leprechaun Day! Most people throw leprechauns into their St. Patrick's Day celebration in March, but these crazy little guys deserve their own day. There is a plethora of different kinds of leprechauns from kind and child-loving to cruel and mass-murdering. You can celebrate today by hanging out with any quirky, short, red-headed people you know, OR you can spend the day in search of gold. Go buy a small pot and put a bunch of dollar coins in it! (Dollar coins are about as close as you can get to real gold coins on short notice).
Also, yesterday was Limerick Day, but leprechauns blogger seemed to invade the internet have technical difficulties and has absconded with my creative writings deleted my post about it. I would re-write it all if I remembered what I had written, but just know that it was and will be a day to write/read limericks. A limerick has a rhyme scheme of AABBA, which means lines 1,2, and 5 should rhyme while 3 and 4 have a separate rhyme. Here's my favorite limerick I've ever written:
"I once was the world's greatest poet,
Though many of you didn't know it.
But I hit my head
On the edge of my bed,
And now I can no longer rhyme." - Kyle