National Forget-Me-Not Day November 10. Photo Credit:


National Forget-Me-Not Day was created as a day to remember and get in touch with friends and family that you do not see on a regular basis.   It is considered as a day to “reconnect”.

Annually on November 10, National Forget-Me-Not Day is celebrated by making phone calls, writing letters, sending emails, sending e-cards, sending flowers, getting together and etc.   Taking just a minute to let someone know that you are thinking about them means more to them than one realizes.

Today even has its own special flower, the Forget-Me-Not.

The Alpine Forget-Me-Not is the official state flower of Alaska. This flower grows well all throughout the open, rocky places, high in the mountains of Alaska.


Within our research, we were unable to find the creator and origin of National Forget-Me-Not Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.


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