Today is Groundhog Day. Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania is on pins and needles.
Will the little critter see his shadow and head back into his hole marking six more weeks of winter, or will a cloudy day signal spring is near?
The groundhog was never more popular than he was back in 1993 when the movie, Groundhog Day, was released. The comedy featured Bill Murray, who played a zany weather reporter named Phil Connors. Because of some crazy spell, every day was February 2 … Groundhog Day for Phil.
My favorite line of the movie was when Murray quipped, “What if there was no tomorrow? There wasn’t one today.”
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If there was no tomorrow for you, what would you do differently today? I suspect your answer to the question reflects spending your last day on the things that are most important to you.
As you live through this Groundhog Day, I challenge you to make the day count. Laugh. Love. Lead.
And then get up again and do it tomorrow.
What is one thing you want to do before this day is over?