[This is] a day where “this time last year” and “this time next year” does not apply. (Anonymous)
We joke a lot about today. Author Jarod Kintz says, “Every leap year I like to jump. It’s a good way to get my daily exercise in every four years.” If we were to take the day more seriously, we could have the extra eight hours of sleep or time for the long-desired special “day off.” In reality, of course, it’s just another day on the calendar. Give it your best; make it special!
So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. (Psalm 90:12)