Happy Labour Day. It’s going to be a strange one this year. Normally, we’d be planning for a day of going to the Fair in Harrow but that’s off this year. I see there’s a fair still happening in Paris, on a limited basis. It probably wouldn’t be fair for out of towners to take up any limited spots.
I went through this blog and pulled out blog posts that I’d previously written to celebrate Labour Day. To be honest, before I moved to Essex County, it was just another holiday that kept us away from school. With the amount of labour unions in town, it does take on a different meaning when you take the family to enjoy a Labour Day parade. I don’t think that’s happening this year.
- A Labour Day like no other
- Labour Day
- To hell with the bell
- Planning, revisited
- Gone Rural
- September 2009 GEC Computers in the Classroom
- An Interesting Mix – Now with More Technology than Ever
- Plan Now for a Year of Social Success
It’s pretty sad but probably nothing is in the works to celebrate the day. It’s just going to be a day lazing around the house, perhaps, interrupted by some dog walking. Oh, and there’s always some CFL football to take in.
I think we’re all well aware that we’re supposed to be taking care of ourselves these days. Going to the beach might be an option but some are closed and others have pollution warnings.
Apparently, Thomas Tugboat is coming to town. I could have sworn he was a train.
Please tell me that you have something exciting planned.