Happy Labor Day!

It’s finally here, the last official holiday of the summer, Labor Day! The first Labor Day Celebration was held on Tuesday, September 5th, 1882, in New York City, while Oregon was the first state to actually adopt a Labor Day law on February 21, 1887. Labor Day is observed to celebrate the contributions of organized labor and workers to the prosperity of the U.S. economy.

Labor Day is the day to throw down your tools and spend time with your friends and family, cook some hot dogs and corn on the grill and enjoy the day! For many of us, this is the unofficial end of the summer! It’s the beginning of a new school year for our kids, football games begin and the leaves on the trees are just starting to turn!

Now the big question is, how do we continue to keep the sweetness of summer going? Let’s keep wearing our flip flops as long as we can – tank tops during the day and sweatshirts at night – suntan lotion all day long! The most important thing too, keep that summertime attitude shining through!

Celebrate Labor Day with Suzy’s Swirl! Come into Suzy’s on Monday, September 2nd, and if you Guess the Weight of your awesome Cup Exactly, you will get it for FREE! That’s right, for FREE! Just Guess the Exact Weight! I hope to see you and your family at Suzy’s Swirl!


The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it – Mother Teresa

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