Remember those fun times at our grandparents house when the whole family reunited and we spent countless hours playing with our cousins while the grownups discussed politics etc etc..Many of us grew up around our cousins, spending summer and winter breaks with them and slowly walking into life together. Then came college and that amazing job opportunity out of state, and we gradually lost touch.
Because most of us found a best friend in our cousin at some point in our lives, Cousins Day was born. The origin of this unofficial holiday is unknown, but the reason for its existence is clear: it’s the time of the year to rekindle cousin affection and reestablish those beautiful and strong childhood bonds. Wherever you are on Cousins Day, take a minute or two to ring up or text your cousins near and far. They will surely be thinking of you then, too!
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- National Dance Day – July 25, 2015 (Last Saturday in July)
- National Drive-Thru Day – July 24
- National Tequila Day – July 24
- Tell an Old Joke Day – July 24