Let's Talk with Cheryl Hollon
It’s National Tater Day
Today is special because it’s National Tater Day. Husband and I can’t resist them. If they appear on the menu, we’re probably going to order them. I’m so glad they have a special holiday. Our favorites (at the moment) are at Bier Boutique in the Round Lake area of St. Petersburg, FL. I’ve been walking around that neighborhood as research for my next Webb’s Glass Shop Mystery.
National Crayon Day is a reminder of all the rainy days I spent drawing on newsprint on the floor of my bedroom. I still love the smell of a fresh box just opened.
Today is also Eiffel Tower Day. On this day in 1889, the French engineer Alexandre Gustave Eiffel unfurled a French flag from the top of the tower, which has since become the most iconic landmark of Paris. My husband and I lived in England for a few years and frequently spent a weekend sitting in the park surrounding the tower. We love people watching. I’m yearning to go back for a visit.
One more reason to love this day? My honey was born today a goodly number of years ago. We’re still together – celebrating each year with ice cream cake. This year it will be the peanut butter mocha flavor. Happy Birthday, George.
What National Holiday gives you the giggles?
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My Paint & Shine Mysteries are set in the Daniel Boone National Forest. My parents were born, raised, and now rest in the Adams Family Cemetery in Wolfe County, Kentucky. The characters spend a lot of time preparing traditional southern meals and creating moonshine cocktails. Please consider buying local. Our independent bookstores need your help during this challenging time. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B088WYF8QV
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