Remembering someone, someone close to one’s heart and spending time with them or just feeling their presence is what Forget Me Not Day is all about.  In every relationship, whether it is filial, romantic, conjugal or platonic, there is always a need to let both parties know that their feelings for each another are genuine and sincere.

When is Forget Me Not Day 2017?

Forget Me Not Day 2017 is on Friday, November 10, 2017.

Forget Me Not Day is celebrated every November 10.

When did Forget Me Not Day Begin?

How Forget Me Not Day started is unknown.  But this may have something to do with a medieval legend about a knight and his lady.  He was picking up flowers for her near a lake but because of his heavy armor he fell in and drowned.

As he was sinking, he threw her the flowers he picked and said “Forget Me Not!”

Perhaps Forget Me Not day is about remembering friends and loved ones, spending time with them and making them feel that they are a very important part of one’s life.

What will People Do on Forget Me Not Day?

Since it is about being with friends and loved ones, there are tons to do on that day.  Everyone can have picnics, go to the beach or resort, amusement park, restaurants, malls, church even travel with them to another state or country.

It can also be through simple ways like doing chores at home, playing in the yard or do indoor games, watch a movie or have a simple meal together.  Sending letters, emails, have web chat or a simple phone conversation with a loved one who is in another state or country is already celebrating Forget Me Not Day.

For those who have lost loved ones, visiting them in the cemetery, the columbary or where their ashes were scattered is one way of celebrating Forget Me Not Day.  Remembering the old times or how that person lived his or her life on earth gives more meaning to “Forget Me Not.”

However is the typical way one spends time with friends and loved ones that is the best way to spend Forget Me Not Day.

When is Forget Me Not Day 2018?

Forget Me Not Day 2018 is on Saturday, November 10, 2018.