Sarah had a cold and Leah had a sore throat so we had to cancel, or at least postpone fake Hanukkah tonight. Since it's more a celebration of a concept than a firm date we can celebrate it any time. Sort of like Kwanzaa or Ramadan. That's not exactly a slam on a Muslim "holy" day since the beginning and end of Ramadan often aren't known until just hours before it happens.
Which is only slightly more confusing than Easter. But even if we can predict Easter sometimes years in advance, we do have to give them credit where they really shine; suicide bombings. There they're number one with a bullet.