Observed every year on May 24th, Brother’s Day honors the brothers in our lives. Whether we have one or many, our brothers hold a special place in our hearts. Even if for those who don’t have brothers, someone in their life is usually like a brother to them. Brothers from other mothers are found in a best friend, a brother-in-law, or a cousin. They are the men in our lives we count on even when we don’t talk very often. We share memories, challenges that frequently began with the phrase, “Watch this!” soon followed by a few stitches.
While minding their own business, they are also prepared to step in when necessary. That’s what brothers do.
Of course, they’ve been known to put toads on your head or gum in your hair. They may have been too cool for you once, too. Brothers come in many shapes and sizes and so do their relationships. Whatever yours is, take the time to celebrate your brother on Brother’s Day.
HOW TO OBSERVE #BrothersDay
Enjoy time with brothers and reminisce. Find time for new brother siblings to spend some fun, enjoyable time together. Discover a few things about famous brothers throughout time. Use #BrothersDay to share on social media.
BROTHER’S DAY HISTORY
C. Daniel Rhodes of Alabama founded Brother’s Day.
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