In America, Ground Hog's Day eve. The beginning of the lambing season and the signal that the 'dark days' (of winter) are over. If the badger leaves his den, it confirms hibernation is done (whether he sees a shadow or not - that's groundhogs neurosis, not badger's!). Breathe a sigh of relief, we have survived yet another on the earth! I celebrated last evening with some old friends, and some new. I rather enjoyed myself and it has been too long since I've done that!
"Seasons change and so did I, you need not wonder why..."
Hoping for youse a merry Brighid's Day!