The Usual Suspects are in pretty rare accord on this one: Sunday, April 7 is No Housework Day. No one seems to know -- or care -- why. People who actually do housework will be particularly unconcerned about why the day is celebrated, only that it is.
There's also a U.N. microminiholidayette scheduled for April 7, World Health Day. (This year's theme, in case you're wondering, is high blood pressure.)
And, unsurprisingly, given that April 6 is New Beer's Eve, April 7 is National Beer Day, celebrating the 80th anniversary of the day on which beer sales (well sales of 3.2% beer anyway) became legal again in the United States.
So don't do any housework Sunday. Kick back with a few beers instead. It might do wonders for your blood pressure.