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Feb. 29, 2008
Happy Leap Day

It's not all that often that we get an entirely *free* day; in fact, every four years. How do we get a whole free day?


Every year, we accumulate a few hours of time over the 365 days we spend on this fine earth (or is it 365 1/4 days every year); so each 1/4 day, over four years essentially adds up to one whole lovely *free* day. *Free* in the sense that we don't even really know its accruing and then poof, there it is!


Or, at least that’s how it works in Cristen’s mind (as discussed this morning when she walked by my desk).


There are a handful of us who are in the office today, working away, doing what we do on most non-free days; but think of all the possibilities you can do with these extra 24 hours.


Climb a mountain, bake a loaf of bread, read a few good books.


What will you be doing to celebrate? Believe me, we'd love to hear about it! So, please do share.






Posted by:
Amy, Miss Web Gal
Category:
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