How did you observe National U.S. Constitution Day?
It was officially celebrated yesterday, but I did my thing today: I took time to read the entire Constitution again.
For several years, my spouse and I bought a couple hundred pocket-size copies of the Constitution and gave them away to any co-workers who wanted a copy. A surprising number of people said they'd never read it and never knew where to get a copy; many asked if they could have extras for their family members, school classes, and clubs of all sorts. Giving them away -- knowing that we gave people access to something that all too often gets only lip service -- was one of my favorite things to do each year.
Last year, though, someone evidently raised an issue about it, and we were asked to stop the practice. I still keep a couple of dozen in my desk, though, and folks still know where to find them.
What did you do to honor the Constitution?