Don’t Make Your Bed Day

Don’t Make Your Bed Day

Don’t Make Your Bed Day must be one of most hilarious holidays. The petition that was submitted to Congress by a fifth-grader from New Mexico is certainly one you’ll be happy about. Some of you may even celebrate Don’t Make Your Bed Day every single day! If you are a sleepy person, you don’t want to make your bed every morning. It’s possible to spend half an hour searching for your pillow! You won’t have to make your bed on this day. Children are rejoicing all around! Don’t Make Your Bed Day is an idea that a boy from elementary school submitted to Congress. The petition reads: “My name Shannon Barba, and I live in Tijeras (New Mexico). Calvary Christian Academy is my fifth grade. I’m writing to you to request your help in establishing Don’t Make Your Bed Day. Since I was four years old, I have made my own bed every single day. My parents are proud that I do this. Sometimes, though, I get tired of making my beds. It’s not just grown-ups who get tired of making their bed. Everyone in this country would be happy to have a day when they don’t have the responsibility of making their beds and not feel guilty about it. Because it is the shortest day in the year, I recommend December 21st. I suggest December 21st every year because that is the shortest day of the year. While I appreciate that, I want to continue my campaign. Although Senator Udall stated that I don’t need to make my bed on December 21, I am still concerned about the safety of all children in the country. Many people believe that not making your beds on Don’t Make Your Bed Day is a waste of time. Try skipping your morning coffee and not doing many other things grownups assume is normal. You shouldn’t drink too much caffeine, right? Maybe you don’t have to do your hair or make up; no one has to look flawless all the time. Don’t Make Your Bed Day is a day to relax and let go of the rigid “rules‚Äù that dictate our lives. Allow yourself to live a little

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