Affairs of state

Conferencing yesterday with an NLNRU student who’s writing a novel set in a certain period of our state’s history, I confessed my relative ignorance of our state’s history and blamed it on growing up in another state (as I did in this post). Today, for unrelated reasons–actually, for no reason I can think of except that I have to go to the public library to return a DVD (and by the way, I’m annoyed that I can’t renew this DVD online. It’s three episodes long, so it’s not unreasonable that I’m not finished with it, and believe me, no one else is waiting for it), I used the power of the internet to find this wonderful list of state holidays and which states celebrate them.

In unrelated news, it’s Passover, so I’m craving a Twinkie.

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