It seems like we're being inundated with more and more "holidays." As a kid, I remember the basics: Valentine's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. It was fun back then. Now we have Sweetest Day, Secretaries Day, Boss' Day, Grandparents Day. . .and on and on the list goes. While I believe in honoring those who deserve it, I feel an annoying sense of guilt about not wanting to "celebrate" all these extra money-makers for Hallmark. I don't want to hurt my grandparents, boss, etc. but it's hard enough just to remember birthdays and Christmas gifts. Now even the schools are celebrating Grandparent's Day, so when one grandchild sends a card, Grandma wants to know why all the other grandkids didn't send her one, too. How on earth do we handle this stuff without coming off as insensitive? I especially hate Father's day, but feel obligated to buy cards to avoid a guilt trip.