https://binged.it/2tm8fi6 Napping away New Years.
This mountain hare is starting the year off right. It’s used to cold weather and high altitudes—and, since it’s nocturnal, it’s perfectly comfortable sleeping through an afternoon snowstorm in northeast Scotland. On New Year’s Day, humans in the US are more likely to be found in their natural habitat, the couch, dozing off or perhaps watching one of the college football bowl games on TV. Some more ambitious folks might be getting a jump on their New Year’s resolutions and exercising. First Day Hikes are part of an initiative led by state parks, with hundreds of free guided hikes offered in all 50 states. That sounds great, but maybe a little later. Right now, we think the hare has the right idea.
Pictured above is an Irish mountain hare.
I can already tell today is going to be a slow day. The Rose Parade steps off at 10 am for two hours of viewing but also constant babbling by the color commentators. Which what was on last night for all the New Years Rah Rah Sis Boom Ba!!! Some of that stuff was awful and I for the life of me felt like an alien from a far off planet because the people I saw were definitely not my people.
“So do not be anxious for tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.”
That is a real interesting display of scripture that is going to be hard to miss.