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Today's Inspiration

The Good Shepherd

Clarence E. Thorpe of Riverside, California, can simultaneously draw one cartoon with one hand and another with his foot.

Today is Kite Flying Day ... in the middle of winter? On this holiday, we hope the weather is good enough in your area to go fly one. Flying them is a lot of fun for people of all ages. People have enjoyed flying them for thousands of years. Itís an ever-popular activity for children and enjoyed by many adults.

We are amazed that Kite Flying Day is held in the middle of winter. Chances are few people in the northern areas of the country will brave the snow and cold today to go outdoors and fly a kite. There is strong evidence suggesting this holiday began in South America where it is summer kite flying weather.

Did you know that kites were first used by the military in ancient China over 3,000 years ago. It is unknown when people began flying them for fun. If the weather is good in your area, we have one thing to say to you ... Go fly a Kite!

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