NATIONAL STEP IN A PUDDLE AND SPLASH YOUR FRIENDS DAY
On National Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day, particular criteria must be present to celebrate. On January 11th, unless the ideal conditions prevail, some areas of the country may have to create them. So, can we really? Well, yes, the name of the day says you can! Life is short….let’s have fun! And good luck.
If you are feeling somewhat mischievous (in a nice kind of way), join in on the celebration that all kids will love and all the young-at-heart adults will love just the same. Put on your boots, raincoats, slickers and grab some rubber duckies, too. Skip along the way. Splashing in puddles can be a terrific way to relieve stress. There’s no right or wrong way to splashing or stepping in a puddle. We’re going to get wet and probably a little dirty no matter how you do it. So splash away.
Now, if you live in a more frozen region of the country, we encourage you to find alternative ways to celebrate. We know you’ll be creative and safe.
HOW TO OBSERVE STEP IN A PUDDLE AND SPLASH YOUR FRIENDS DAY
On National Step in A Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day, invite your besties to join you for a fun-filled time reliving those days when you didn’t worry about getting your feet wet. Dance and splash in the puddles! Sing some splashing in puddle songs or check out this great video expressing the joy of splashing in puddles.
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NATIONAL STEP IN A PUDDLE AND SPLASH YOUR FRIENDS DAY HISTORY
While puddle diving, National Day Calendar continues researching the origins of this wet and wild day.
Q. What should I wear to splash in a puddle?
A. Galoshes are recommended footwear for puddle splashing. Water-proof boots that come up past the shin help to protect your feet from a good soaking.
Q. Who should celebrate this day?
A. Anyone who wants to feel like a child again, if only for a few minutes.
Q. Where can I find the best puddles?
A. The best puddles form after a good rain. They form in low spots on trails and paths. You might find them at a park or in your driveway. Whatever you do, don’t go splashing in puddles found in the middle of a street.