Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Friday, September 26, 2014

DO YOUR OWN THING

OF COURSE THIS WAS A MADE-UP HOLIDAY !!!! THANKS FOR PLAYING ALONG:)


It has arrived!  Another September 26th, Begabonitia Day is upon us and I am wondering how you will all celebrate the significance of this day.  Will you hang a banner or invite friends over to unite their memories of previous years?  What are some of your special memories?  I have drawn the following picture to depict my ideas of the grandeur that binds us.  It is great that Begabonita Day falls on a Friday this year and we can party all weekend. Have a great day!


37 comments:

  1. I'm going to eat cookies during the day today and have a little Pinot Grigio tonight in honor of it. :)

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  2. Never heard of that particular holiday, but I'll take your word for it. Lol. Enjoy!

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    1. GIGIHAWAII, what you never heard of Begabonita Day? Maybe someone can clear that up for you.

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  3. Annie,

    I have never heard of Bonabonita Day so I Googled that term and they never heard of it either.

    HELP! What does it all mean?

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    1. NANCY, first of all it is Begabonita Day not Bonobonita. Did it never make it to your part of the country?

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  4. Ok, is this like a private party or what...lol!

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  5. Annie,

    Unfortunately, since I live in the emerging nation of Pennsylvania, BEGABONITA DAY is not known to the natives here.

    I know about Groundhog Day and other immensely important holidays
    but BEGABONITA DAY has alluded us here in the hinterlands.

    Please explain before we get too restless and seek the answer ourselves.

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  6. you say its a DAY, thats enough reason for me to party:-)

    baked honey ham and pecan pie with a some hot apple ciderw/ rum out on the porch tonight..

    be here by 7 , ok..

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  7. I learned something new today.
    My fond memories are those of baking cookies with my kids when they were very young and making "Puris" with my mom when I was young.

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  8. What day? Who? What? Where? It's just another boring day here in the UK.

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  9. Joining the restless crowd here. Not a day that I (or Google) know.
    Today I will spend doing domestic chores of one sort and another - ensuring that there is time in the garden, time to read, and probably a glass of Merlot.

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  10. I googled it and just got sent right back to your post! So what are we missing out on here?

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  11. Not being picky about a reason to celebrate, I will give it a shot and eat a forbidden steak today.
    If not a real day, it should be, we can never have enough celebratory days.

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  12. Always up for a celebration, whether or not I heard of it before. That's your drawing? Are you related to Matisse? Love it.
    Think I'm gonna go find Lynn and that Pinot Gris.Cheers !

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  13. The last time I celebrated Begobonita Day I came down with the "Shingles" so I no longer observe the day. If you "google" shingles you should be able to note where it is recommended not to celebrate Begabonita Day if you have ever had the chicken pox!

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  14. BRIGHID, Private party for everyone. Oops that makes it not very private.

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  15. NANCY, surely you have heard of Festivus? Well this is kin to Festivus day only George's Dad didn't invent it, I did.

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  16. SONNY GIANETTI, it is 7:14 and I am running a little late save some for me.

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  17. MUNIR, well you really didn't. I guess it is new since I just made it up thinking this would be a Big Pretty Day and BegaBonita kind of sounded like that.

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  18. LL COOL JOE, How can it ever be boring where YOU are?

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  19. ELEPHANT'S CHILD, I hear of a lot of celebrations throughout the world and don't have a clue what they are about, so I decided it would be fun to add a bit of curiosity to a new one.

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  20. OLGA HEBERT, You came to the right place:)

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  21. ARKANSAS PATTI, You got that right. Absolutely right. Eat steak and celebrate.

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  22. KERRY, I know you are always up for a celebration so hope you enjoyed this one today. Yes, my artwork. Digital sketch of a portion of the dome scene in the Observatory in LA.

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  23. ALAN GINOCCHIO, Now you tell me!! I had had the chicken pox. Yikes! And I danced all day at the Begabonita Day celebrations.

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  24. Begabonitia Day?
    only you are linked to its meaning! I fought computer viruses (not my own) and mostly won!

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  25. Well, Annie, now that you splained it to me...I can enjoy this wonderful holiday.

    Do you mail my gift to me or do I come to your house and pick it up?

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  26. BRITE MIST, a good way to get folks to take a second look at my blog. No spam intended you know:)

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  27. NANCY, your gift is waiting right here on my front porch:)

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  28. TO ALL: OF COURSE THIS WAS A MADE-UP HOLIDAY !!!! THANKS FOR PLAYING ALONG:)

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  29. Lol I missed all the shenanigans!

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  30. HEARTINHAND, you sound like my mother calling this shenanigans. I like things that remind me of my mom:-)

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  31. The name says we should Beg Nicely.
    So put on some tatty clothes n stand on a busy traffic Island with a sign asking for spare change.

    Can always tell the rennaissance faire (King Richards) is in Carver again this fall when these celebrators show up in town again.

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  32. I still had a cookie in honor at lunch on Friday. :)

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  33. I've never heard of it...ever, until now. I miss out on all the fun! :)

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  34. Wow! That's a terrific picture you drew. You are very creative and artistic.

    Hmmm... I've never heard of this. My daughter tells me that today, October 3rd is Smile Day?

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