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Date(s) 9/29/2023 - 10/4/2023
So, my latest honey do item was replacing our carpet with lamintate florring. A special thanks to Costco for putting that gem on sale. Damned you Costco. Well, flooring is almost done which added more items to the list. Trim replacement, tiling the kitchen backsplash ( Oh and thank you Home Depot for having a wide selection of mosaic tile on clearance) and3 door and jam replacements. Dont get me wrong, I appreciate that homes interior to a more modern look, I just find it humorous how one task can easily turn into multiple others.
Date(s) 10/6/2023 - 10/11/2023
Looking at the holidays and observances this week, I chose to celebrate the badger. Here are some interesting facts about badgers found online followed by a list of other holidays and observances celebrated this week. 1. There are 11 species of badger and they are grouped into 3 different types. The first is the Melinae, or the Eurasian badgers. The second is the Mellivorinae, or the Honey badger. The third is the Taxideinae, or the American badger. 2. Badgers are part of the Mustelidae family, which is the same family as ferrets, otters, polecats, weasels and wolverines. 3. Badgers are mainly nocturnal mammals, spending much of their day sleeping. 4. They can be found in North America, Ireland, Great Britain and most of Europe. There are also species in Japan, China, Indonesia and Malaysia. The Honey badger can be found in sub Saharan Africa, the Arabian Desert, India and Turkmenistan. 5. Badgers have an long head with small ears and black and white face, similar to a raccoon. Their body has grey fur with black and white areas underneath. 6. They have stocky bodies with short legs that are perfect for digging. They dig burrows deep underground, much like anteaters and armadillos. 7. These underground burrows are called setts. Their sett is often a maze of different tunnels and chambers. It’s also usually a home for about 6 badgers, and it’s kept very clean. 8. Badgers are known for growing up to a meter in length. However, the European badger is bigger than the American badger and the Honey badger. 9. The average weight for a badger is around 9 to 11 kilograms, or about 20 to 24 pounds. 10. They are also pretty quick. Badgers are known for short bursts of speed of up to 30 kilometers per hour, or 19 miles per hour. October 6 Inbox Zero Day National Noodle Day National Badger Day National German-American Day World Cerebral Palsy Day October 7 Kids Music Day World Smile Day October 8 I Love Yarn Day World Octopus Day World Hospice and Palliative Care Day October 9 International Beer and Pizza Day Leif Erikson Day Pastor Appreciation Day October 10 Columbus Day Indigenous Peoples’ Day National Angel Food Cake Day National Cake Decorating Day World Mental Health Day October 11 National Sausage Pizza Day National Coming Out Day International Day of the Girl Child
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