"Okay, campers, rise and shine, and don't forget your booties 'cause it's cooooold out there today."

My February is starting out like January--cold, cold, and cold. But, as I said to Chad on Sunday while driving at 5:20 pm, the days are getting longer (the sun was still out! It was setting, but it was still there!).

February is already packed...homework nightly (of course). a martini party thrown by my in-laws. the Superbowl (which one of us is excited for). the PPST (education majors know what I'm talking about...am majorly nervous to take this!). a bridal shower. finally seeing the best friend. crafting more Valentine's Day items. the Bachelor. Oscar night. and food. Lots of food. I can't stop making soup.

P.S. Does anyone else have the traditional Groundhog Day viewing on Groundhog Day?


Jamie said...

You have a very busy Feb planned.

Would you believe I've NEVER seen Groundhog Day?

Jenna Lou said...

I love Groundhog Day.... such a great feeling that spring must be on its way.... even if it's not for a while yet here in MN.

Meri said...

haha- i think it would be fun to combine the martini party with the superbowl?

Laura said...

Love it. I need to see that movie again.

And seriously, *don't* sweat the PPST. You'll be just fine. They just need to make sure you is smart enuf to be a teechur.

Hannah said...

Guess who DIDN'T watch Groundhog Day this year! =(

I mean, that's almost a tradition in our family!

LizzieBeth said...

Wowza, you are busy!

February is a nice break from crazybusyinsane January and morecrazybusy March. I'm going to enjoy this [shortened] month of relaxation.


Meghan said...

Girl, your month is jam-packed! I bet it's going to fly by as a result! And good luck with the PPST!

Cassie said...

I actually found out today that my husband has never seen Groundhog Day so I have made a pact to add it to our Saturday night movie night schedule for February.

Your February sounds packed with lots of fun and such a short month, we will soon have March to look forward to.


{lovely little things} said...

Not quite, but I always read a Groundhog Day story to my students on this day. "Puxatawney Phyllis" is the story of the first girl groundhog, fiction of course, but I can never resist a female empowerment book!


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