This date only happens every four years. Is it called Leap Day? I could check on Google but that would take me away from writing and I want to write, not Google. Let’s call it Leap Day.
So, I wrote a story:
Life and Death Are Not Simple Matters
On Leap Day, it is traditional to move around the place in small leaps and to eat frog legs for dinner. Frog leg eating has been banned due to the severe lack of frogs, due to the severe lack of reliable weather, due to the severe lack of humans doing anything about spewing mega tonnes of carbon dioxide into the air.
Read the rest HERE
Awww… now I want to propose to someone tomorrow (it’s still Fri here). Happy Leap Day!
I’m doubling down now that wiki informed me, ” If the man refuses, he then is obliged to give the woman money or buy her a dress.”
Talk about a win win situation!
Love this Sean. It proves your mind is not like the rest of us mere mortals. Such good use of word pictures and delightful characters.
It’s the very early morning that does it, I swear. Thanks, Julie.
I love this quirky tradition although I wouldn’t be tempted with the frogs legs though. 🙂
A bit tough and not that tasty I don’t think hehe
You do have to cook it right!
Ahh that’s what I was doing wrong, chucked it on the bbq it turned out awful and chewy so I gave it to the dog hehe 😉