Groundhog Day

On this Groundhog Day, I was up early and making tea to drink before Lina and I headed to Dallas. My friend Joanna was hosting a “Galentines” Party to benefit a women’s shelter. We all brought feminine hygiene products to be donated.

Mercy also came (only a half-hour drive for her) so I had two of my daughters with me. It was a fun day. There was a lovely brunch buffet with plenty of choices that I could eat, in addition to waffles and other goodies.

I also got to visit a little with Joanna’s younger sister, whom I hadn’t seen since she was a very young girl. We stayed for a little while after others had left so we’d have a longer visit before driving home.

This evening we carried out our annual tradition of watching the movie Groundhog Day. Then I remembered that I actually have a LOT of stuff left to do this weekend!

In case you hadn’t heard, the groundhog did NOT see his shadow, which means an early spring. Maybe.

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