- January 11 -

Step In A Puddle And Splash Your Friends Day

Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friend Day is a day to celebrate with some puddle jumping. Remember those days when you were young and you and your friends loved playing in the rain splashing in the puddles. Children will love this holiday and so will all the adults that are young-at-heart. So...

Step In A Puddle And Splash Your Friends Day

Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friend Day is a day to celebrate with some puddle jumping. Remember those days when you were young and you and your friends loved playing in the rain splashing in the puddles. Children will love this holiday and so will all the adults that are young-at-heart. So celebrate by jumping in the biggest puddles you can find.
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