Date When celebrated : Always December 3
Today is National Roof Over Your Head Day. It is a day of appreciation for the things we have, starting with the roof over our heads. For most of us, a roof over our head signifies living in a house that protects us from the elements, keeping us warm, dry, and cozy. Unfortunately, not everyone is as lucky as you and I. There are many homeless people right here in our country. Some people live in a cardboard box on the street...... literally. There are millions of people around the world who live in poverty or disaster areas, and do not have a home to keep them comfortable and safe. Spend a few minutes being thankful that you are not homeless, and appreciating your roof and home today. Also make a contribution to a homeless shelter, so others can come in out of the rain.
Happy National Roof Over Your Head Day!
"National roof over your head day." -
Scrap about your home or someone elses home or any home in general. .
Or switch: Scrap about your home during the Holidays. Seeing Christmas lights would work.
I decided to scrap a layout for my home during the holidays. We always strive to keep Christ in Christmas and celebrate the birth of Jesus our savior. All the cuts are from Silhouette America. The star paper was from my stash. I also printed the verse from Luke 2:11 from Silhouette America.
I envision pics of the grandkids in their Christmas program at church, playing with the nativity figures reenacting the Christmas story or lighting the advent calendars for my picture.
So check out what all the designers created for you at Lasting Memories and join us for either challenge this month.