Did you know the 4th Wednesday of every November (also known as Thanksgiving Eve) is Tie One On Day?
Tie One On Day, is a day to celebrate aprons, and the spirit of women of earlier generations who wore aprons as part of their daily wardrobe.
This day recognizes aprons as a symbol of family, home and mothering and recognizes that the women (and men) who wore aprons helped make America great.
But what makes Tie One On Day so fabulous is how it is celebrated.
On this day, one should wrap a loaf of bread in an apron, tuck a prayer or note of hope in the pocket and, while wearing your own apron, deliver the bundle to someone in spiritual or physical need.
According to EllynAnne, a founder of Tie One On Day, “no matter which way you turn out of your own front door, someone who is deserving of a hug is very close by.”
So, in preparation of Tie One On Day, I encourage all of you to make an apron, bake a loaf of bread (or any other tasty treat) and spread some joy.
To help inspire you I am offering apron classes all month long!
Drop by to come make one of these fabulous aprons!
Happy Tie One On Day
~Melisa & Cordelia