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Old 05-27-2014, 01:15 AM
Location: White House, TN
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I didn't know what category to put this in.

Have you ever had a bad day one year, and then the next year, had a really good day on the same day of the year?

For instance, April 22nd was a shining example. In 2013, my first car was totaled. It was a terrible day. Luckily my mom who was driving it was okay.

A year later on April 22nd, I had an awesome day. I rode in a beautiful black 2010 Accord coupe (just one of MANY 2008 and newer Accords I've ridden in) and it seemed that everything went well that day otherwise as well.

In fact, the whole week of April 22-26 wasn't that good in 2013, but rocked in 2014.

February 5-7 also sucked in 2013, and rocked in 2014. Some of 2013's worst days, some of 2014's best.

It's weird that the days that seemed to be worst in 2013 have been some of 2014's best.

Have you noticed this trend with certain days?
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