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happy groundhog day

Today is Groundhog Day. Bad news for all those hoping for an early spring. Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, which means that he is forecasting six more weeks of winter (if of course you believe in a groundhog being able to forecast the weather).

Kim has a great post on her blog about Groundhog Day. Check it out! Her post links to the official Groundhog site of the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club. She also posts a fun YouTube clip of the movie, "Groundhog Day, which is one of her favorite movies (and which also happens to be one of my favorite movies).

If you have not seen this movie or if you want to see more of this movie, here is another YouTube clip to enjoy. It was originally posted by someone from the Netherlands and so the subtitles are I believe in Dutch or possibly some other language spoken in the Netherlands.

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Hey there, I love the idea of posting every day during February -- I don't think I can keep up that pace, but I feel inspired!

And I applaud your idea of posting in Red on February 1st, I just posted something on my blog (a day late, I'm afraid) and I couldn't figure out how to post in red. But I was with you in spirit!


I have just added you to the list of February bloggers!

I cheated a little with the red post. I did a trial entry on my old blogger blg to get the code to make the post red. I am not that talented on the computer but am trying to learn and have picked up a few tips here and there.

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