God bless those the whole labor force in our country. Our careers make sure that our freedom does not die!!
HAPPY LABOR DAY ! ! !
Take the time today to honor all those that work so hard to develop a career, and honor our success! It is so great to be in a land where we get to choose the path onto the ladder to success–The college, the career and saving for retirement! Every important factor to being in charge of our lives is worth the celebration, and a blessing for every special person who works so hard, every day. Thanks to the whole American labor force! The flag stands high for all of us who work so hard to keep it there. . .
Happy Labor Day ! ! !
A Brief History:
Origination: Labor Day was created to be a public holiday in the United States honoring the American labor movement and to celebrate the contributions that workers have made to the American society.
When: Labor Day is an American holiday now observed on the first Monday of September. It was create on 1882, and it became an official federal holiday in 1894 during the President Grover Cleveland administration in response to a then crisis over federal efforts to end a strike created by railroad workers in and around the New York metro area.
Evolution: The holiday is special at honoring the many working Americans who live in the United States to celebrate their livelihoods. Many observe the Labor Day holiday by attending parades, simply relaxing, and holding family gatherings, barbecues, last minute hot dogs, and last minute visits to the beach or going in the pool one last time.
Other Trivia: After Labor Day, the act of not wearing Blue Jeans (old tradition). Stemming from the Victorian era, some still will not wear the color white for a shirt, blouse or top. White shoes are typically still not in style for an elite evening out after Labor Day. These traditions are not typical, but still out there.
End of Summer: The holiday unofficially marks the ending date of the summer season, which goes also unofficially opened on the Memorial Day holiday.
A Few Facts:
I am sharing a few facts, and more, some trivia, some not trivial. . .
- On May 4, 1886, the Haymarket Affair happened, whereby an initial bombing at a union rally in Chicago’s Haymarket Square led to violence and eleven deaths. The affair led to the creation of Workers Day on May 1, because the U.S. government already had chose Labor Day to be the first Monday in September for the originally chosen holiday.
- The 1882 parade made the holiday revered and respected by inception by two separate individuals in rivaling unions: Matthew Maguire, a machinist, and Peter McGuire, a carpenter.
- The barbecue is a staple for all summer events, including Labor Day.
- More. . .
Have you reached your daily, monthly, medium-term and long-term goals? A plan, work and prayer is all that is necessary…
We will NEVER, ever forget those from the past, in the present, and into the future. . .Who built our cities, country and lives, to live in this free land, and the flag it stands for!
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I hope you had a nice Labor Day weekend 🙂