Four years ago today, it was February 29th on Leap Year. It’s hard to believe that much time has passed already.
I thought I’d repost this article I wrote for last leap day just for old time’s sake…and because it had some good points to consider too.
Hope you are enjoying your once-in-a-blue-moon leap day, because it won’t happen again for four more years.
Make every day count.
I thought that today, being Leap Day, was just too good of an opportunity not to post something interesting. It’s a rare, once-in-a-blue-moon happening, although I sort of feel bad for the thousands of babies that will be born today, as well as the many unsuspecting guys who will be proposed to by their girlfriends.
Leap Year has always been sort of fascinating to me. I mean, we can actually give ourselves 24 extra hours than we normally would have in a year?? How cool is that!? Why don’t we do that more often? I know there is a specific reason for it, but it’s still interesting to me.
You know, if you really think about it, we aren’t actually getting any “extra” time. Pretty much all we’re doing is just switching the labels on the days. It’s a nice illusion, though.
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