Well, I actually mark 6 June as Barricade Day, generally, because that’s when most of the action in Hugo’s novel happens, that’s when the majority of them die, when the barricade falls, etc. That’s when I commemorate. But either day works.
But isn’t it nicer when you can party for two days in a row? ;D
I wish I could get something done for the 6th but noooo - the train for my polytechnic entrance exam is leaving that evening. I’ll be stranded ~200 km from home, without a way to access the internet. Yay.
Neither do I DD:
Yess, we can be Barricade Day failures together!