Today’s date is 12/13/14! Did you notice the sequential numbers of today’s date? Are you like me who finds it interesting enough to go to Google and see if it means anything?
Well, here’s what I found here:
“12-13-14 is also unique because it is made of four sequential digits 1, 2, 3 and 4…
Among the first 11 such sequential dates that already occurred in this century,
only 01-02-03 possesses the same property…
Although 12-13-14 will be the last sequential MM-DD-YY date for 89 years,
we won’t have to wait until 2103 for similarly interesting dates to pop up…
Jan. 2, 2034 gives you something similar [1-2-34],
while Jan. 23, 2045 lets you use all double-digit listing [1-23-45].
Feb. 2, 2022 is going to be the next one to get headlines, though [2-22-22].
I would argue that April 3, 2021 — 4-3-21 — might be worthy of note as well…
For most of us, such sequential calendar dates won’t occur again in our lifetime…
After December 13, 2014, the next one is 01-02-03, to occur on January 2, 2103.
If you follow the European DD-MM-YY convention,
however, you’ll have to wait a little longer — until Feb. 1, 2103.”
So there you have it, your lesson for the day! It’s always great to learn something new everyday to make our lives richer and more interesting! I hope you find today 12/13/14 to be a day in which you enjoy peace, love, happiness and health!