Friday, December 21, 2012

It’s finally here.

The shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere and the longest day of the year in the southern hemisphere.

Today is the winter solstice.

Hug a druid.

Because if you hug enough druids, the world will not end, which it is supposed to do today according to the Mayan calendar, or perhaps more accurately, according to our having reached the last day ever in the Mayan calendar.

But as Pat -- an Arkansas stamper -- might (and often does) say, tomorrow is also a day.

Keep your fingers crossed.


5 comments:

Yorkshire Pudding said...

It's so disappointing that the world didn't end today - especially I had just bought a $5,000 dollar Rolex watch and a banana coloured Mercedes sportscar on credit! Damnation!

A Lady's Life said...

Yup. Today is supposed to be the end of the world. Tomorrow I do my Christmas shopping lol

Katherine said...

No no no! It's the 22nd here, so you're all fine. It didn't end. Sorry, I should have let you know. Bother, I'm a bit forgetful at times.

Putz said...

doing chrisstmas shoppin the day after is only flirting with your dwstiny,.ifin you were spared and i wasn't( my post will explain }then you aren't safe anyway and christmas will only aggrevate the problem

Pat - Arkansas said...

I've been watching the Jello(R) pudding commercials re: Mayan sacrifices. I was happy to see that the company's efforts were successful in preventing the end of the world. Where would we be without Jello(R)?