The name September comes from the Latin septem, meaning seven, since it was the seventh month of the Roman calendar, which began with March. There are 30 days in the month of September, which starts on the same day of the week as December each year but does not end on the same day of the week as any other month in the year.
September has three birth flowers: the forget-me-not, the morning glory, and the aster. Forget-me-nots represent love and memories, asters represent love as well, and the morning glory represents unrequited love. The birthstone for the month is the sapphire.
Fun “Days” in September include:
September 5th: National Cheese Pizza Day
September 9th: National Teddy Bear Day
September 16th: National Play-Doh Day
September 19th: International "Talk Like A Pirate Day"
Songs about September:
"When September Ends," Green Day
"September," Earth Wind and Fire
"September Morn," Neil Diamond
"September Song," Willie Nelson
"Maybe September," Tony Bennett
"The September of My Years," Frank Sinatra
Now that you have a few facts about September, it is time to pledge.