Seward's day is a holiday celebrated to remember how Seward convinced the U.S to buy Alaska from Russia and falls on the last Monday of March. People all over the world celebrate this amazing holiday by baking a Seward's day cake in the shape of Alaska, making a Seward's day wish, and waiting up for the sprit of Seward to fly over with his sled team of magical flying moose flinging fish and Carharts to all the good little Alaskans.
Last year, my friends and I went Seward's day carolling throughout the neighborhood to spread a bit of Seward's day cheer.
by Seward'sDayCheer March 26, 2012

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