Well, perhaps not the entire nation, but a certain house on Coronado Street does.
Surprisingly, there's been no official presidential proclamation or Act of Congress designating the day. Who would have guessed? Perhaps Jolly Time and Orville Redenbacher had something to do with its creation.
No matter. Popcorn's a great snack.
National Popcorn Day falls on a school night, so in order to celebrate it with my two favorite granddaughters (my only two granddaughters), I'm having a sleepover tonight.
Theater #2: Pollyanna (That's where you'll find us.)
A wispy (Or is that wimpy?) arrangement in a plastic popcorn box sits next to the TV. Remember when televisions weren't flat?
(You'd think I would have taken the time to fluff the pillows, wouldn't ya?)
cheesy popcorn, regular popcorn, and Cracker Jacks.
Peanut M&Ms fill another bowl.
Placemats are designed to look like giant tickets.
the impulse to add popcorn napkin rings was irresistible.
Young theater-goers can salt to taste and sip juice to their hearts' content.
The site even offers this downloadable movie - popcorn poppin' in slow motion!
Placemats: Yellow foam craft, Michaels
Red salad plates: Red Coupe, Crate and Barrel
Red salad bowls: Waechtersbach, Crate and Barrel
White salad bowls: Elements, Crate and Barrel
Large white bowl: Al Fresco (melamine), Pottery Barn
Red plastic tumblers: Big Lots
Popcorn salt shaker: melamine, Sur la Table
Napkin Rings: Toilet Tissue Cores, popcorn and hot glue
Plastic popcorn boxes: Yard sale
I'm linking to
. . . off on my tangent. . . for Alphabe-Thursday's Letter P,
The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays,
Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday and
A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesdays.