It is third Monday of February also known as Presidents’ Day!

POTUS  who were born in February:

  • George Washington          (Feb 22,1732)

    President’s day in eyes of 2nd grader.

  • William Henry Harrison     (Feb 09,1773)
  • Abraham Lincoln               (Feb 12,1809)
  • Ronald Reagan                 (Feb 06,1911)

Let’s learn about this holiday. Why and when it is celebrated?

Every third Monday of February nation celebrate a holiday in honor of George Washington whose actual birthday was on February 22,1732. In beginning it was called Washington’s birthday but later on it includes three other presidents and named as president’s day.

 

In 1968, Congress passed a law that  the celebration of several federal holidays should be on specific dates to predetermined Mondays in order to have  three consecutive days off. Federal employees, workers and schools started getting Monday off and that’s how the  idea of three day weekend becomes real.

Steer your appraisal towards Henna & Jagua!   

Girls having henna party.

Did you ask yourself what to do on this weekend? Everyone in LA is enjoying or complaining about this rainy season. If you are thinking what can be done on rainy days? There are many options like browse Netflix and watch O.J Simpson trial or  click on newly added movies on amazon. It can be great day to take kids to the museum or movies. Wait! Here’s an idea – Come and have henna or Jagua tattoos from me. It will be deviant  bustle. Henna & Jagua is for everyone – ladies, teens and kids. It is very safe as I always value my client’s gratification.

Cherish, doodad or fandangle :     

Our Henna ensures a perfect stain as a result 100% natural ingredients by me personal.

Pick any word to describe art on your skin. You will cherish henna & Jagua doodle and start weeklies as more ravishing and refined personage as henna has always dark brown stain and Jagua will be blue black. Both mediums henna & Jagua have vast profundity when used on skin. It portrays   what kind of your person you are? Whatever you like flowers or vines, shapes or things – can be done with no worries that it will be permanent. Moms and dads who do not want their kids to have permanent tattoos can go for this henna & Jagua option and can be cool fun loving  parents.  

I am telling you it’s a win win situation for both parents and teenagers.  

To my readers stay blessed and have a great  President’s day !