LI couple ties knot on memorable date of 12/13/14

A Long Island couple said "I do" on a date they won't have any trouble remembering: 12/13/14. It marks the last time in 20 years that there will be a totally sequential calendar date. The next won't

News 12 Staff

Dec 14, 2014, 3:47 AM

Updated 3,481 days ago

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A Long Island couple said "I do" on a date they won't have any trouble remembering: 12/13/14.
It marks the last time in 20 years that there will be a totally sequential calendar date. The next won't come until Jan. 2, 2034.
Alexis Bracey and Takoyia Parker got engaged in March and chose the last sequential date of the 21st century as their wedding day. Bracey says the pair mulled an April date, but picked Dec. 13 instead because it was so special.
The couple says an added bonus is that they're less likely to forget their anniversary in the years to come.


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