Cariloha Friday! and another lead-up weekend to Election Day on Tuesday, November 6. No matter what political party you’re affiliated with, always remember to cast your vote. There. That’s my little political plug for the year. Aside from voting, you’ll need to set your clocks back an hour, as daylight saving time ends on Sunday. Fall back in autumn and spring forward in spring. From my point of view, the holiday season is under way, and I love it. So much to do and see, which can seem overwhelming at times – so take each day in stride. Enjoy the simple things and don’t overbook yourself.
As you venture out this election weekend, be sure to get your Cariloha style on, letting it inspire your generous side to do something helpful for the Red Cross or Feeding America charities, who are working around the clock to rescue those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Share some deviled eggs on a lunch date and look for circles while your out (today), then, eat sandwiches for at least one meal and give a hug to your favorite housewife (tomorrow), next, remember to set your clocks back and enjoy a peanut butter-smothered sandwich, cracker or celery stick (Sunday), finally, get a box of donuts and really appreciate your electric shaver (Monday). Happy Election Day Weekend!
However you choose to approach your weekend, make it a memorable time and don’t forget to wrap up in your Cariloha bamboo-soft clothing, sheets or towels every day.
November 2 – November 5 & 6 (Election Day)
2- All Soul’s Day
2- Cookie Monster’s Birthday
2- Broadcast Radio’s Birthday
2- Daniel Boone’s Birthday
2- National Deviled Egg Day
2- Look for Circles Day
3- Sandwich Day
3- National Housewife’s Day
3- Public Television Birthday (1969)
5- Drum, Dance & Pray for Peace Day (First Saturday in Nov.)
3- Give Someone a Dollar Day
4- Daylight Savings
4- First Wagon Train reached California
4- Cash Register Birthday (1880)
4- Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
4- King Tut Day
5- Electric Shaver Birthday (1923)
5- FM Stereo Birthday (1933)
5- National Donut day – also on first Friday in June
5- Guy Fawkes Day (Canada) – Also called Bonfire Night
5- Gunpowder Day
6- Election Day
Tell the folks here at Cariloha how you celebrated your weekend. What did you do? How did you make it memorable? Send us a picture wearing or using bamboo clothing, bedding or bath goods, and we’ll post it on our blog for a prize.