11 12 13

11, 12, 13

Today is Wednesday, the Eleventh of December, Two Thousand and Thirteen which gives us one of those unique consecutive number sequences that only come around ever so often.

Of course if you live in the USA, and anywhere else where they format the date by giving the month first, this all happened for you a month earlier on Tuesday, November the Twelfth, Two Thousand and Thirteen

The next time a consecutive number sequence happens again in the UK is  the First of February, Two Thousand, One Hundred and Three which is 90 years from now.

Somehow I can’t see me writing about that event. Frightening really!

18 thoughts on “11 12 13

            1. The high cost doesn’t seem to be a factor, at least, not here in the UK. I’ve been to two weddings in the last year where it seems no expense was spared. Now you can have, candy bars, ice cream carts, chocolate fountains, garden games etc….and don’t talk about thebatchelor and hen weekends away. Prague is popular as is Spain. As for thehoneymoon locations. Bah Humbug!



Comments are closed.

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: