March 14, "Pi Day" gets all the publicity here in the US because of the date structure MM/DD. This means Americans write that date as 3/14 which are the first three digits of Pi. But, just about everywhere else in the world uses the format DD/MM. In that case, 14/3 is kind of silly. However, today, July 22 is meaningful! 22/7 is a decent approximation for Pi! In fact, 3.14 differs from Pi by around 0.05% whereas 22/7 differs only by around 0.04%!
So, Happy Pi Approximation Day! (Whats left of it, at least.) And, in honor of Pi Approximation Day, here's the awesome birthday/father's day present Stacy got for me this year: