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November 12, 2015

Chicken Soup for the Soul Day
National Chicken Soup for the Soul Day: Q&A w/ Publisher, Plus Excerpt
Make some Chicken Soup, share it with others along with an encouraging word.
The healing powers of chicken soup

Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day
The only way I can do anchovies is in a Caesar dressing. :)
When I was younger we went To Pizza Hut A LOT when on road trips and I always got the supreme pizza because I loved pizza with the works!
So bring on the pizza today, with works or without works, just bring on the pizza!
Make your own!  Here's 50 Easy Pizza Ideas

Guinness World Record Day
What's the Guinness World Record? History of it?
Have some fun with Guinness World Records!  One of my besties, Stephanie and her daughter, participated in August 2014 in Seattle and had a great time!
On the official website you can find out about records, pick a challenge and try to set your own record, and read about current attempts. 
How to Apply for a Guinness World Record

Here's some record holders, some are freaky...


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