Leap Year is Here

Leap Year is Here

Leap Day is all about making up for lost time. 

As our Good Ol Earth takes 365.25 days to complete its annual expedition around the Sun, NASA would say that leap years happen because of a mismatch between the calendar year and our orbit. 

And with those discrepant hours adding up to 24 every four years, making the adjustment via Leap Day keeps us in sync with the seasons. 

Which of course circumvents all sorts of secondary chaos and makes it possible to have our celebrations on the same day every year.

Or in this case every 4 years. Happy Leap Day from Jen & Van!


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