Big things happened to people in my life (which was big emotional stuff for me) in Feb when my Nanna broke her hip and had a post-operative stroke, in July when Nanna died, in June-August when DH was in intensive care and on a ventilator, and in September when I developed pre-eclampsia and the bubs were delivered early and I required blood transfusions and a magnesium infusion. But of all days, May 23 was not a noteworthy day.
But I was surprised when I went through this thread earlier in the year to discover that you had a 0.42% success rate with your predictions, which is nearly double the 0.23% success of chance predictions. I don't know if those numbers are actually statistically different from each other since they are both quite small, but I can say it honestly wasn't what I was expecting.
But I didn't make that discovery on May 23 either.