October 20, 2020 – National Caramel Month | National Youth Confidence Day
Is There Really More Than One Way To Say The Word “Caramel?” How In The World Did This Turn Into A Sticky Situation?!
Welcome to October 20, 2020 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate sweet rewards and the power of building up our youth.
I’ve got a surprise for you Marlo. I know you have been super healthy lately, but are you aware that it’s National Caramel Month? For those who don’t know this is Marlo’s favorite flavor. And it’s absolutely amazing on popcorn, his favorite food. In fact what doesn’t taste better with a drizzle of buttery caramel? That’s why it’s a good idea to have some on hand for a sweet flourish over your latte or a fantastic finish to your desserts. Did we mention it’s also National Dessert Month? Everyone could use an extra dose of sweetness right about now. So stock up and celebrate with National Caramel Month.
Stevland Judkins Morris was born on May 13, 1950, and went blind shortly after because of his premature birth. Despite his disability, he had a passion for music and by the age of 10 he had taught himself how to play the harmonica, piano, organ, and drums. Stevland played during church services and his talent impressed one fellow parishioner so much that the man introduced him to a friend named Berry Gordy—the president of Motown records. Gordy took the boy under his wing and helped turn him into the star we know today as… Stevie Wonder. Sometimes all it takes to make a difference in a child’s life is a little encouragement. Not every kid will grow up to be famous, but they’ve got a better chance at success if you inspire them to be themselves. On National Youth Confidence Day, it’s a good day to be the adult you needed when you were a kid.
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