Tie One on Day
Always the Wednesday before Thanksgiving
About the Holiday
At first glance, one might think that Tie One on Day, is a day to get drunk. Though, it's actually a day that celebrates the apron and the previous generations of women who wore them. Ellyn Anne Geisel, the creator of this holiday and also the author of the book titled, "The Apron Book", wants us to take a moment as we tie on the aprons to prepare our Thanksgiving Day meals to give encouragement an share our bounty with others.
To celebrate this day you'll need to buy or make an apron and a loaf of bread, and write a note of encouragement. Then wrap the loaf of bread inside the apron and tuck the note in the pocket of the apron and deliver it to someone in need of spiritual or physical sustenance.
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