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Leap Day!

What will you do with this extra day in your life, a day that comes only once very four years?

Here’s some notable happenings on past Leap Days (along with my commentary):

In 1692, Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne & Tituba, (a Native American servant) were the first people to be accused of witchcraft in Salem Massachusetts. Bummer of a day.

In 1940, at the 12th Academy Awards, “Gone with the Wind” won eight Oscars. Frankly my dear, I don’t give a d#@n.

In 1968, the US ended regular flights with nuclear bombs. (We used to fly airplanes around the US loaded with atomic bombs…)

In 1976, for the first time on television, ABC-TV broadcasts the hit movie “The Sound of Music.” Rebroadcast annually ever since to the delight of my wife!

Whether you’re involved in witchcraft or bombs or just love to sing on mountaintops, I hope you enjoy your extra day!

1 Comment

  1. Austyn Harris

    March 5, 2016 at 9:08 pm

    Hey Dave how is it going? My name is Austyn Harris and I just finished reading your book GO. I loved the book and it really encouraged me. I would also like to share a little more about myself with you. I am a student athlete at Arizona State University and I am very involved with Athletes In Action at ASU. I was very surprised to hear from your book that you live in colorado because I actually am from Colorado. I also wanted to let you know that I will be going overseas in 2 weeks to China in hopes that my team and I may bear fruit in our 10 days over there. Once again I would like to say great job on the book and hopefully our paths cross someday!

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