Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil Predicts Early Spring (via Slow Family Online)

I am reblogging this for the significant poetry embedding therein….read on. Also, hearty Minnesotans be cheered, the ground hog didn’t see its shadow and that means what?????

Read on.

Also, it was on this day in 1921 that my grandparents took their holy vows of matrimony which, by the way, they kept, an awesome achievement in the light of today’s statistics.

Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil Predicts Early Spring Groundhog Day, February 2, has basically everything going for it that I love in a holiday — It marks a point in a season; it's full of folklore and wisdom, superstition, ceremony, civic charm, mystery, agrarian history, and weather — and it was featured in perhaps my all-time favorite movie of the same name, which itself is a study in acceptance and inner calm while being outright hilarious in nearly every frame. Altogether now: It's Groundhog … Read More

via Slow Family Online

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