At this point, I am probably just writing to my mother about these things, but in case she is checking this, I want her to know that she shouldn’t make arrangements to come see us this Saturday.
The show, and your happiness, has been postponed until the new year.
Here are some interesting things that have happened on November 4.
- 1646 Massachusetts uses death penalty for denying that Holy Bible is God’s word
- 1783 W.A. Mozart‘s Symphony No. 36 is premiered in Linz, Austria.
- 1841 First wagon train arrives in California
- 1845 First nationally observed uniform election day in US
- 1846 Benjamin Palmer patents artificial leg
- 1914 Vogue holds 1st model show (“Fashion Fete”, NYC)
- 1921 The Sturmabteilung or SA (the “Brown Shirts”) is formally formed by Adolf Hitler
- 1948 American-born British poet T. S. Eliot wins Nobel Prize for literature
- 2008 Barack Obama becomes the first African-American to be elected President of the United States
- 2016 The Beards of Vermillion, SD give a performance that has nearly a dozen people declaring, “That was an acceptable show. I’m not mad we got a babysitter.”
Keep an ear to the sky and an eye to the ground.