Saturday, December 13th, 2014 will end the Calendar Coincidence we've been enjoying for the past 11 years.

For the past 11 years couples have had once in a lifetime wedding dates rolling around each year. But that trend stops Saturday. It all began January 2nd, 2003. That was when you could have your wedding date as 1/2/3. Then of course it was 2/3/4, 5/6/7, and well, you get idea. And I'm sure someone out there set a date for 6/6/6. Crazy kids.

Well, after Saturday it'll be 89 years until we get the next sequential date (January 2nd, 2103). But if you really want it bad enough there's always a way around it. Bend the rules a little on January 2nd 2034, since that will read 1/2/34. You can also try January 23rd 2045, otherwise known as 1/23/45. Or, for most us it'll be known as "still dead".

So Saturday take a little extra time, say 10 minutes 11 seconds past 9, so you can say you did something special at 9:10:11 12/13/14. Don't worry if you sleep in, it comes around twice.