Today marks the 12th annual International Aura Awareness Day. It is possible, according to realityshifters.com, to energize your aura through visualization and meditation.
The Saturday before Thanksgiving is Family Volunteer Day, encouraging families to do good works as a unit, spreading good will and fostering family unity.
The Saturday before Thanksgiving is also National Survivors of Suicide Day, a "day of healing for bereavement after suicide in English, Spanish & French."
National Adoption Day, again always the Saturday before Thanksgiving, is a time to celebrate and support adoptive families.
A holiday has been proposed for November 23rd - TARDIS Day - commemorating the date in 1963 when the BBC aired the first episode of "Doctor Who." You can help, by signing this petition. Clever clever writers, creating a character who regenerates, enabling the show to go on and on and on, thus ensuring the writers' long-term employment....
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21,... Today is the day to celebrate this odd sequence, known as Fibonacci numbers. Have you figured out the formula? Each number is the sum of the previous two. Happy spirals to you on Fibonacci Day.
Espresso yourself! Today is National Espresso Day. Fortify yourself with lots of caffeine and work on your holiday plans.
Eat a Cranberry Day always falls on November 23rd, a bit premature this year. I don't think many people eat just one cranberry, as the holiday seems to dictate, although I did that once. When I was maybe eight years old, one of my friends swore that fresh cranberries were the yummiest thing ever. Yeah, she laughed while I puckered.
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