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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Groundhog Day-Revisited

Today is Groundhog day in the United States. 
 If the groundhog sees its shadow today then we will have six more weeks of Winter.  If there is no shadow, then Spring will come early.  
So, an overcast day means an early spring; a sunny day means a long (normal) winter.  
For me, though Groundhog Day is special; 
Groundhog Day is romantic. I wrote about it last year. GROUNDHOG DAY.
If you are wondering about future weather, go find a groundhog burrow and wait . . .
. . . but if it is your life that makes you wonder, look closely at the people around you, both in your home and in your heart.

9 comments:

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Nellie girl I went back a year to your post from last year Groundhog Day .. we are both celebrating 35 years with our guys ! LOL
Joy
Happy GHD !!

Beyond My Garden said...

Cool Joy!

Out on the prairie said...

I see my shadow but fear a major winter storm or two in the next few weeks.One year i watched a burrow in the fall and noticed a Great horned owl doing the same for a few days.

TexWisGirl said...

awww. happy anniversary!

ShySongbird said...

Oh Nellie, I just went back to the other post and your words were absolutely beautiful and obviously straight from the heart...

Such lovely photos of a beautiful little creature... and a very nice one of your husband too :-)

Patricia Tryon said...

Here on the Front Range of the Rockies, it looks like Spring should be on its way. If only one could believe this sign... ;-)

Anonymous said...

Your photos are very special, so beautiful. I love your post for this 'fun' special day. For some reason I have problems posting so anonoymous seems to work best for me. from Ann at nature Tales http:naturetales.blogspot.com

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Interesting i googled and read about groundhog day !!!!

Scott said...

So I hear it's six more weeks of winter. I am amazed that you have so many shots of groundhogs, especially the one with him/her trotting towards the camera.