In January, notoriously known as the coldest of winter months here in New Jersey, it’s nice to know that it has been christened “National Thank You Month.” It’s curiously placed, as Thanksgiving is not too far in our rear-view-mirrors, but we do see its merit—the holidays were filled with the spoils of presents, meals, desserts, entertainment, and much more, so perhaps January is a very good time to say ‘thanks.’
At Crane’s Mill, we’re thankful for all of the good times we had over the holiday season, including a wonderful Hanukkah dinner, many events to sing praise at Christmas, and a fun New Year’s celebration.
What are you thankful for? Send us an email to let us know—we will post our favorite responses right here on the Crane’s Mill Courier.
From our family to yours, we hope you have a fun and love-filled Valentine’s Day!
Have you seen the movie Groundhog Day? It’s a modern classic starring Bill Murray. If you have, you’ll realize at least some irony in our repeating of last year’s post about the prognosticator of prognosticators, Punxsutawney Phil—the world-famous groundhog!
Continue on for a complete overview of Groundhog Day through history!
Did you know that the first took place on February 2, 1887? Follow the link below to learn more about this fun day, its meaning, and how we came to rely on a cuddly creature to predict the duration of our winter season!
Here is the link to History.com, which includes facts, trivia, and more about this famous forecasting rodent’s big day!