Happy Groundhog Day!

It’s Groundhog Day – the day where we trust a small rodent to forecast the weather for the next six weeks.

I wonder what Wiarton Willie will predict today.

If you ever wondered what this day is all about, this infographic is a great starting place.

Happy Groundhog Day!

Groundhog Day Fun Facts

Groundhog Day Fun Facts infographic by accuweather.

5 Comments on Happy Groundhog Day!

  1. Hi Chase .. what a great poster – loved it ..

    Cheers Hilary

  2. hi miss chase!

    wow! cool post! everything i could ever wanna know bout a weather predictin critter.

    for me im fan of general beauregard lee. go beau!!! gotta be his fan cause we live right by atlanta. and… lots more important… hes my cousin! yep! a specially cool member of the lee family. 🙂

    this morning cousin beau came out of his house and ran back inside quick cause he saw his shadow. yikes! six more weeks of winter. ack!

    my special blogger friend miss hilary melton-butcher sent me a email this morning and said to come see your post cause she knew id like it. im glad she did and for sure shes right…i love this post!

    happy groundhog day!

    …smiles from lenny

  3. whoops! sorry! i said in my post miss chase and i sould of said mr chase. my bad! ack!

  4. Hi Lenny – Chase will be so pleased to see you .. and won't mind the Miss v Mr!! ..

    General Beauregard Lee .. is I think Lenny's cousin – and they spend a lot of time at his house … Great family they have …

    But – six more weeks of winter .. I think the General should have another go!!

    Have a great weekend .. and isn't Lenny just wonderful …. Hilary

  5. Hi Hilary,

    Wiarton Willie predicted an early spring for us. The ironic thing is that I woke up to a winter wonderland. We got 5 cm of snow last night and it's quite cold out.

    Hi Lenny,

    Thanks for commenting. You know, as a teacher I have been called mom, dad, and even grandma before. Some students call me by another teacher's name occasionally as well. I've been called Mr. Bond before.

    Thanks for stopping by and showing us the relation. Very cool!

    I hope you enjoy what is left of the winter.

    You too, Hilary!

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