Six more weeks…

Yup! Pennsylvania called it!

Phil just has a thing for winter, did you know that? well, he does…..

I also think he was so consumed with the fact that the Super Bowl was sharing his special day, which wasn’t so special for Denver…and worried about the Budweiser commercial and the puppy that he just lost focus….

                             Yup, that’s it! Phil was not focused……..

                                      We need the instant replay!

                                             I bet Phil meant to say Spring Is coming!

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it…… Spring is coming early…….

Did you know?

Using groundhogs to predict the weather came from Germany. A long-held German tradition states that if a hibernating animal sees its shadow on February 2, six more weeks of winter will occur. In the United States, this tradition evolved into Ground Hog Day.

Other famous groundhogs:

Buckeye Chuck from Ohio,

Smith Lake Jake of Smith Lake, Alabama

Wiarton Willie found in Wiarton, Ontario

Staten Island Chuck found in New York City, New York

General Beauregard Lee, PhD found in Atlanta, Georgia…..

                               Psssst…….word has it, and you didn’t hear this from me…….

Punxsutawney Phil, first cousin of Buckeye Chuck, has been dating Smith Lake Jake’s sister-in-law, who has her fur waxed by General Beauregard’s niece who is dating Wiarton Willie who just got Staten Island Chuck a job at the weather channel!!

Hmmm, I wonder if Jim Cantore had something to do with this?

Talk about knowing someone on the inside!

Well, heading up to the guest bedroom for some revamping will share later today!

Chicken soup is on the stove as we speak……and yes, the snow is falling on Pineridge Hills – again!

Stay warm!

Hey, isn’t that Cincinnati Lou? …….. hmmm, I never trusted him!

 

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Comments

  1. You are hilarious. 🙂

    What a scandal in the ground hog community!

    Happy day!
    karianne

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