It's not easy being a Groundhog on February 2nd . . . or a School Superintendent the night before a Snow Day! With his usual veritas and hilaritas, Brian Andreas captures the dilemma of the prognosticator:
she said, & you'd be surprised how many
people are even skeptical about that"
HAPPY GROUNDHOG DAY!
*One StoryPeople reader shares this from Peanuts:
"I guess it's wrong always to be worrying about tomorrow.
Maybe we should think only about today."
"No, that's giving up. I'm still hoping that yesterday will get better."
So irrational, yet, so hard to stop hoping for that better past . . .
Wise Lily Tomlin says:
"Forgiveness means giving up all hope for a better past."
And Anne Lamott's version, just slightly different:
"Forgiveness means giving up all hope of having had a better past."
One more from Charlie Brown:
"I keep having these tiny self doubts . . . do you think this is wrong?"
"Of course it's wrong, Charlie Brown . . . "