Probably you guys were wondering where I was all day Saturday because I wasn’t on Facebook. Saturday was National Unicorn Day, and so I was doing boatloads of make-believe pretending I was a unicorn.
It was a lot of fun, mostly because I just love unicorns and I got to do a lot of galloping inside the house and outside the house and pretty much everywhere I went with my grandma and my Mohawk grandpa.
I also got to wear lots of different color clothes because unicorns are all about rainbows so if you’re pretending to be a unicorn, you need to wear lots of different colored clothes. That’s what I did.
But you know, if you’re not a unicorn, that’s still okay. Like I say sometimes: In a world full of unicorns, sometimes it’s good to be a giraffe.
So this is all you have to remember about unicorns and celebrating unicorns: National Unicorn Day is on April 9 every single year, and National Unicorn Awareness Day is on September 5 every single year, and World Unicorn Appreciation Day is on January 11 every single year.
That means that every single year, there’s three special unicorn days: one for the day, one for awareness, and one for appreciation.
And World Giraffe Day is on June 21 so put that on your calendar, too, because it’s important.