Enjoy That Extra Day! Leap Year 2020

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This year is Leap Year, which means for the first time in four years we have February 29. What am I going to do with this extra day?

I'll tell you what I won't do – clean house. Not on a fun day like February 29.

Here's what I plan to do on Saturday, February 29:

  1. Listen to Paul van Dyk on Digitally Imported radio in the afternoon. I never miss his show. I love trance music and he's one of my favorite DJs.
  2. Share a bottle of champagne with my husband.
  3. Imbibe in a little marijuana. I live in Massachusetts, a state where medical and recreational marijuana are legal. Pot relaxes me and makes me feel happy and silly.
  4. Set up a date to go to the Salem Cross In in the spring. This inn hosts a fancy Colonial-styled dinner. My husband and I have been wanting to go for a few years. I've invited a friend from my Wednesday morning writers group and her husband to join us. This should be much fun!
  5. Find a place that hosts a Murder Mystery Dinner and go! The Salem Cross Inn hosts them, but there aren't any scheduled in the near future. I went to a Murder Mystery Dinner in Estes Park, Colorado at the Stanley Hotel a few years ago and had a blast although I had to leave early because I got sick. In case you don't know. Stephen King stayed at the Stanley Hotel, and it inspired him to write "The Shining".
  6. Go out to dinner with my husband, maybe to Texas Roadhouse. That is his favorite restaurant. I have a coupon to a nearby bird store that I'd like to use if it hasn't expired already.
  7. Work a little on my paranormal erotic romance novel "Full Moon Fever", which shall be released by eXtasy Books mid-2020.
  8. Watch a movie at home with my husband and loaf.
  9. Light a candle and burn some incense so it feels holy. 

That's more than enough for one day. February 29 comes along only once every four years. I plan to make the most of it. What are you doing for February 29, assuming you want to do anything special?


Elizabeth Black writes in a wide variety of genres including erotica, erotic romance, horror, and dark fiction. She lives on the Massachusetts coast with her husband, son, and her two cats. 

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