September 25

Good Boy in Chief, Bark Twain, explains the day!

Well now, it appears you’ve stumbled upon a date of some significance, September 25th! Now, let me dig into my storytelling bag and weave a tale or two for you.

In 1789, the very first Congress of the United States proposed twelve amendments to the Constitution, ten of which would become the Bill of Rights. These amendments, inspired by the principles of liberty and justice, have since played a significant role in shaping the nation’s identity.

Now, speaking of liberty and justice, let us not forget the wordsmith William Faulkner, who was born on this very date in 1897. His pen danced upon the pages, painting vivid pictures of the American South in all its complexities. His works, like “The Sound and the Fury” and “As I Lay Dying,” stand as literary treasures of our time.

And if you’re of a musical inclination, spare a thought for Glenn Gould, that gifted Canadian pianist who graced us with his talents. He was born on this day in 1932, and his interpretations of Bach’s keyboard works remain cherished by many.

So, you see, September 25th has woven its threads into the tapestry of history, connecting us with explorers, lawmakers, wordsmiths, and musicians. It’s a date that reminds us of the adventures and achievements of the human spirit.