Saturday is excitement.
It is hopeful anticipation. It is a day of happy thoughts and positive enthusiasm. Its colors are lemon yellow and tangerine and it is the backdrop for warm childhood
memories of early morning cartoons and sugary cereal.
It is the day of white curtains and sunny window sills. It is a day of green fields and endless blue skies. Saturday is hopeful. It is a day for dreaming. It is a day for fun.
Saturday is for friendship and good times and laughter.
There is a certain anticipatory thrill to this day that the other days do not possess. Just the mention of this outstanding day will bring a smiles to most everyone.
Saturdays are for picnics and movie matinees, barbecued burgers and cherry pie ala mode. Saturdays are swims at the lake and walks on the beach.
Saturday is the most cheerful of days.
People have Saturday personalities they save for this wonderful day.
This day of high hopes and the bluest of skies.
and thank goodness it’s here.
HAPPY SATURDAY to you my friends!
“If you’re not having fun, you’re doing something wrong.”
― Groucho Marx
Saturday is associated with the planet Saturn and symbolized by that planet’s symbol .
Saturday is the unluckiest wedding day, according to English folklore. Funny — it’s the most popular day of the week to marry!
In folklore, Saturday was the preferred day to hunt vampires, because on that day they were restricted to their coffins. It was also believed in that someone born on Saturday could see a vampire when it was otherwise invisible, and that such people were particularly apt to become vampire hunters.
The amount of criminal activities that take place on Saturday nights has led to the expression, “Saturday night special” a slang term used in the United States and Canada for any inexpensive handgun.
How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Toostie pop? (Full version of the classic commercial)
People wave at Saturn as NASA clicks Earth’s portrait from space (thehimalayantimes.com)
The Origin of the Names of the Days of the Week. (mrsbongle.com)
Saturday adventure to Kelburn (hipasjunk.wordpress.com)