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Madly In Love With Me Day

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Madly In Love With Me Day

When: February 13th

Ladies, every year on the day before you lavish the significant other in your life with all your love, step back and prepare by focusing as much attention on yourself.

Yes, you deserve every bit as much of your love as does the object of your affections.

That is the concept behind Madly In Love With Me Day, held on February 13th, the day before Valentines Day.
It was founded by Californian self-help guru Christine Arylo, author of “Madly In Love With ME, The Daring Adventure To Becoming Your Own Best Friend”.

The philosophy is that to truly be able to show love to others, a woman must first be empowered to love herself without apology so throw away those diet books for a day, treat yourself to your favorite lunch in the company of people you know love and respect you as you are today.

This Day in History: February 13th

The Treaty of Westminster is finalised between Edward IV of England and the Scottish Lord of the Isles. (1462)

Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII of England, is executed for adultery. (1542)

Elizabeth I of England issues a proclamation which revokes all commissions on account of the frauds which they had fostered. (1572)

Galileo Galilei arrives in Rome for his trial before the Inquisition. (1633)

William and Mary are proclaimed co-rulers of England. (1689)

Massacre of Glencoe: About 78 Macdonalds at Glen Coe, Scotland are killed early in the morning for not promptly pledging allegiance to the new king, William of Orange. (1692)

The delegation headed by Metropolitan bishop Andrei Şaguna hands out to the Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria the General Petition of Romanian leaders in Transylvania, Banat and Bukovina, which demands that the Romanian nation be recognized. (1849)

Thomas Edison observes the Edison effect. (1880)

The feminist newspaper La Citoyenne is first published in Paris by the activist Hubertine Auclert. (1881)

Copyright: In New York City the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers is established to protect the copyrighted musical compositions of its members. (1914)

The Negro National League is formed. (1920)

New Delhi becomes the capital of India. (1931)

A jury in Flemington, New Jersey finds Bruno Hauptmann guilty of the 1932 kidnapping and murder of the Lindbergh baby, the son of Charles Lindbergh. (1935)

World War II: The siege of Budapest concludes with the unconditional surrender of German and Hungarian forces to the Red Army. (1945)

World War II: Royal Air Force bombers are dispatched to Dresden, Germany to attack the city with a massive aerial bombardment. (1945)

Korean War: Battle of Chipyong-ni, which represented the "high-water mark" of the Chinese incursion into South Korea, commences. (1951)

Frank Selvy becomes the only NCAA Division I basketball player ever to score 100 points in a single game. (1954)

Israel obtains 4 of the 7 Dead Sea scrolls. (1955)

With the success of a nuclear test codenamed "Gerboise Bleue", France becomes the fourth country to possess nuclear weapons. (1960)

Black college students stage the first of the Nashville sit-ins at three lunch counters in Nashville, Tennessee. (1960)

A 500,000-year-old rock is discovered near Olancha, California, US, that appears to anachronistically encase a spark plug. (1961)

American researchers discover the Madrid Codices by Leonardo da Vinci in the National Library of Spain. (1967)

Vietnam War: Backed by American air and artillery support, South Vietnamese troops invade Laos. (1971)

An intense windstorm strikes western Washington and sinks a 1/2-mile-long section of the Hood Canal Bridge. (1979)

A series of sewer explosions destroys more than two miles of streets in Louisville, Kentucky. (1981)

German reunification: An agreement is reached on a two-stage plan to reunite Germany. (1990)

Gulf War: Two laser-guided "smart bombs" destroy the Amiriyah shelter in Baghdad. Allied forces said the bunker was being used as a military communications outpost, but over 400 Iraqi civilians inside were killed. (1991)

The last original "Peanuts" comic strip appears in newspapers one day after Charles M. Schulz dies. (2000)

The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics announces the discovery of the universe's largest known diamond, white dwarf star BPM 37093. Astronomers named this star "Lucy" after The Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". (2004)

For the first time in more than 100 years the Umatilla, an American Indian tribe, are able to hunt and harvest a bison just outside Yellowstone National Park, restoring a centuries-old tradition guaranteed by a treaty signed in 1855. (2011)
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