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NATIONAL COUSINS DAY – July 24

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NATIONAL COUSINS DAY

National Cousins Day is celebrated each year on July 24.  This day is a day to let all of your cousins, those both near and far, how much you appreciate them.

Cousins often spend much time together at family reunions, holidays, birthday parties, weddings, anniversaries and many other countless family get together’s.  They entertain each other, play and bond while adults are busy with other things.  It does happen that cousins grow up together being the best of friends.  

Call your cousins, send a card, send an email, text them, somehow find a way to let them know that you are thinking about them and that they are special to you!  Happy Cousin’s Day!

NATIONAL COUSINS DAY HISTORY

We were unable to locate the creator and the origin of National Cousins Day, an “unofficial” national day.

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6 Responses to “NATIONAL COUSINS DAY – July 24”

  1. suzie July 24, 2014 at 9:58 pm #

    See told u it’s today….😊

  2. Emily A May 11, 2014 at 9:07 am #

    If you mean for “cousins” to be a plural, you do not need the apostrophe. If you mean for it to be possessive, then you do need the apostrophe. Usually, possessive is not used in this context.

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