Do you have a brother or sister? Both?
Better get on the phone, or send a test or push something out on social media, otherwise you might miss marking National Siblings Day.
Didn’t know that April 10 is a day designated as time to celebrate, or at least acknowledge, one’s sibs? It is.
Siblings Day was started in 1995 by Claudia Evart, a freelance paralegal on New York, to honor two siblings who died in separate accidents. The day is meant ot bring attention to the Siblings Day Foundation, a nonprofit
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In case you’re wondering, it’s one of more than 1,200 national days.
To recognize the day, here are images of some random siblings from various walks of life who have garnered their share of the cosmic spotlight:
Prince William and Prince Henry, heirs to the British throne, noble princes, etc.
Steph and Seth Curry, basketball players, one slightly better than the other.
Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal
George W. and Jeb Bush
Ben and Casey Afleck
Jim and John Harbaugh
Venus and Serena Williams
Jeff and Beau Bridges
Wright brothers, Wilbur and Orville
Warren Beatty and Shirley MacLaine
Peyton and Eli Manning