Thank your neighbors.

In the United States, National Good Neighbor Day is observed every September 28. Sadly, though it has existed since the 1970s, I had never heard of this holiday until recently. Let’s change that by celebrating the day.

Prepare cookie plates for your neighbors, maybe with a card describing Good Neighbor Day. Or, do a “secret Santa” gift, again with a card of explanation, if you prefer to be anonymous. Perhaps some Boston Cream Candy would be useful for your neighbor gift?

(Image credit: Al Brule)

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