In July, let’s go visit an independent ice cream shop that makes adventurous horseradish ice cream. Or just argue over whether chocolate is better than vanilla.
In June, it’s time to go camping in the great outdoors with a cooler full of dairy products, iced tea and candy.
In May, it’s time to take a photo of your newest barbeque invention before cooking up some hamburgers.
In April, spring and bunnies and colorful eggs abound, so break out your straw hat, poetry book and get that garden in order.
In March, it’s time to think of new ideas for frozen foods featuring celery while crafting daffodils out of umbrellas.
In February, it’s time to kick back for the Big Game with some cherries and tortilla chips after you checked out a few black history books from your local library that you love.
Did you know that January gets its name from the Roman god Janus? He’s the god with two heads. One can see into the past and the other sees into the future! That’s perfect for January, since it comes between the past year and the new one.