About fifteen years ago, in a “New York Times” editorial, the following proposal was made: “Amid all the ‘Weeks’ observed during the year in behalf of this, that, and the other thing, there should be room for a ‘Someday Week.'” It was correctly observed that “Scarcely a week passed that one does not say, ‘Someday we’ll'”…
Someday is the day to take the whole family to a museum or a zoo. Someday is the day to pull a reclining chair into the yard and just sit there doing nothing. Someday is the day to sit down with books about the stars and really learn something about them-or about insects, or about rocks. In order to make “Someday Week” truly…
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