This is the one time where television really fails to capture the true excitement of a large squirrel predicting the weather.
Credit: Bill Murray, Groundhog Day
Duff here. This year, I had the honor and Privilege of interviewing Punxatawney Phil. I understood “Groundhogese” from My puppy days, and He got the General Drift of My words in Bichy-Poo-Shitzu. I had so much I wanted to ask Him, but was limited By time.
First, I questioned Phil about His Role in predicting spring Weather. He was grateful to be Out of His Hole for this Grand Occasion. And was dazzled by the Hoop-La. The flashing Camera lights and Applause startled Him, but He recovered quickly. He felt the Tuxedos were a bit over The Top, but was content with His Stardom. Living unstuck.
He was delighted He could not see His Shadow this Time Around. Spring will be six weeks away and Winter banished for the year. (He claimed Folks get cranky and downright irritable if More Cold Stuff is on the way. Doesn’t bode well for Groundhogs.) We both agreed to meet again Next February, perhaps sharing another Positive Prognostication. Living unstuck.
How about You? Is Your forecast sunny and Bright? Or drab and Gloomy? I say: Brighten the Day. Join Phil and Me to put a spring in Your Step and a song in Your heart. Living unstuck. #unstuck-living#spring-forecast