Curiosities of our Calendar
There are some curious facts about our calendar.
- No century may begin on Wednesday, Friday or Sunday.
- The same calendars can be used every twenty years.
- October always begins on the same day of the week as January, April as July, September as December. February, March and November begin on the same days.
- May, June and August always begin on different days from each other and every other month in the year.
- The first and last days of the year are always the same. These rules do not apply to leap year, when comparison is made between days before and after Feb. 29.
Did you know that in the founding days of America many citizens were persecuted because of their religious beliefs?
Read about this period of American history in the historical series, Tapestry of Love. Inspired by true events, these three books take you back to the time when our founding fathers who were immigrants from many countries, began to build new lives and a new country. All historical events actually took place on the Eastern Shore of Virginia and Maryland in the 17th century. Each book has an appendix at the end that delineates truth from fiction and sources and would make great gifts for history lovers or those who want to learn more about the early days of America. The descendants of the family depicted in these novels eventually settle in Alabama.
The series consists of three novels which are available in Ebooks as well as Paperback: