February Photo Challenge, Day 2: Groundhog Day
Other than the fun crafts I enjoyed in elementary school, Ground Hog Day has never held much interest for me. Ground hogs around here are a little intimidating (unless you are a country boy in a big truck, in which case they become a challenging new twist on Frogger). Normally, by February 2nd I'm ready for winter to be over and spring to begin. That rodent up north always seems to predict the wrong weather, because the time between the beginning of February and the end of March always seems to hold cold, windy, icky weather, and sometimes a blizzard or two. This year I don't trust him, either...mainly because we haven't actually had a winter yet, so I'm concerned what "six more weeks of non-winter" might become. Thus, Mr. Punxsutawney Phil, I'm afraid we'll have to part ways.
Instead, I thought of a Bill Murray-style Groundhog Day, doing something just to get up the following day to have it happen all over again. I could have taken pictures of the dishes, sweeping the floor, or homework not being done, but instead I chose something that always seems to be hanging over my head, no matter how many times I try to complete it: the laundry.
Happy Groundhog Day!
If you're interested in joining the February Photo Challenge, just head over to Square Goods and find the prompts. Don't forget to link your post after blogging! :)