First of all this little guy is what I look like in the morning as I’m trying to figure out what hurts and what is okay to move before attempting to get out of bed. In my case it can take me 10 to 30 minutes to decide on the safest way to get up but hey, I’m getting up so that’s a great thing! Right?
Ok down to business. I want to know if it counts if you say Rabbit Rabbit for good luck at the stroke of midnight or do you have to say it when you actually wake up? A cohort of mine who is a pilot evaluator from the UK swears by this superstition (we’re all a superstitious lot by nature) and when I remember it does seem to work. Nitrobunny was a name given to me by a USN Admiral and I won’t bore you with the details but I ran with it years ago and always loved rabbits. Regardless, it’s just cute to start a month with rabbits. I guess if you forget you’re supposed to say Black Rabbit or Tibbar right before you go to sleep. I know it’s not scientifically relevant but if anyone knows the protocol and history behind this, I’d love to know. Happy New Year wishing everyone health and happiness in the coming year 2019! Love to all~