Happy Saint Something Day!
There are a lot of days in the year. There are 365 days to be exact, unless it’s a leap year then you get 366. The next Leap Year is actually 2016 in case you want to mark your calendars. With all of those days in the year there has to be a ton of days where you are going to want to head out and have a drink. Luckily, it’s the middle of March, and one of those drinking days is coming up soon!
I think the next drinking day has something to do with wearing green. Hmmm… what is that holiday that’s coming up and that everyone likes to drink for? I think it’s … Earth Day. Yeah, Earth Day.
Earth Day is on April 22nd this year and it’s a great day to go out with your friends and hit the bars. The weather is starting to get warmer, the days are longer, and you just feel like you have more energy. Why not use some of that energy to head out to the bar with some friends for some beers?
With Earth Day around the corner, you’ll want to be sure to wear green because everyone else will be. Wearing green proves how committed you are to the Earth and it’s a great way to represent the budding leaves that are sure to be on the trees in late April. Also make sure that you only go to bars that have a solid recycling program already in place and if they don’t, make sure that you take time out before you start throwing back some brews to help them get a program in place. I mean, you don’t want to be handing over your hard earned greenbacks to a fascist establishment that just throws their bottles and cans into the same bin as their everyday rubbish like a bunch of barbarians.
Being that it is almost April and it will be nicer out you can also do things outdoors to enjoy the green grass, flowers and lovely shamrocks. Play Frisbee or start a drum circle with your green shirted friends. Just make sure you bring plenty of beer. I recommend canned beer because cans are welcomed places bottles are not, and they are also easy to recycle.
There you have it. Soon there will be so many days to grab a drink you won’t know what to do with them all. Easter, Cinco de Mayo, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, the list goes on and on, though I feel like I am missing one…