Grammar/Punctuation, Miscellaneous National Grammar Day --Deb March 5, 2008 Well, I wish I’d known this yesterday…. Not only was March Fourth the only day on the calendar that is a complete sentence, but it was also National Grammar Day. Who knew? (I mean, other than Sharon at Daily Writing Tips, which is where I saw it.) ← March Forth! MM: Overused Vocabulary → 4 thoughts on “National Grammar Day” JC March 5, 2008 at 11:24 am Damn, Deb, and I missed Texas Independence Day (2 March) too. Must update calander functions. BTW, 21 April is San Jacinto Day, and 19 Sept is Talk Like A Pirate Day. James Chartrand - Men with Pens March 5, 2008 at 11:36 am Fourth? March Fourth? *blink blink* That isn’t a complete sentence… It’s March forth up here in Canada, so we’ll celebrate National Grammar Day à la Canadian! SmallWorld March 5, 2008 at 4:49 pm Funny. I walked into a Cub Scout meeting last night and a mom grabbed me and said, “Did you know this is National Grammar Day?” Boy, I feel really ripped off that I didn’t know in time to really make a big deal about it… Melissa Donovan March 6, 2008 at 7:55 pm I’m going to have to add this to my calendar with a yearly reminder. I didn’t even know it was national grammar day until it was over! Melissa Donovan’s last blog post..What Does Literacy Mean to You?