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Unusual Facts About November 21st

Hello, People!

Today I thought we’d have a little fun and list some unusual or relatively unknown facts about today, November 21st. I love stuff like this. Plus, hey, we all need our heads full of mostly useless information sometimes. đŸ˜‰

So, on this day here are some little-known facts about this day in history or other foolishness just for the heck of it…….

 

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  • 1794 – Honolulu Harbor discovered
  • National Adoption Day – a number of courts and communities in the United States come together to finalize thousands of adoptions of children from foster care. More than 300 events are held each year on the Saturday before Thanksgiving in November, in all 50 US states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico to finalize the adoptions of children in foster care. In total, more than 40,000 children have been adopted from foster care on National Adoption Day.
  • 1922 – Rebecca L. Felton of Georgia was sworn in as the first woman to serve as a member of the U.S. Senate.
  • 1934 – The New York Yankees purchased the contract of Joe DiMaggio from San Francisco of the Pacific Coast League.
  • 1942 – The Alaska Highway across Canada was formally opened.
  • 1960 – George Harrison was deported from Germany for being too young to perform there with the Beatles.
  • World Hello Day – It is really easy to participate in World Hello Day. Simply, say hello to at least 10 people today.

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Of course, I can’t forget…..

  • International Label Day – International Label Day is celebrated November 21st. This holiday celebrates the beauty of the words we choose to let shape us, the subcultures that we are proud to be part of, and the surprising meaning of the labels we all choose for ourselves!

My favorite dino Rara is going to have something going on for this particular holiday…..why not take a look over there and say Jackie sent you!

 

 

Have a wonderful weekend! What’s YOUR favorite holiday?