Good luck to y'all on the weather. And to all of us on our football games this week.
"Rabbit, rabbit" to everyone.
NPR had a brief story this morning about that phrase and how, in some places it is customary to use it on the first day of the month to ensure good luck. It was unclear about whether the utterer or utteree would be the recipient.
I recall a New Yorker cartoon showing a father rabbit and his son sitting on a bench in a rural train station. The lad is bound for college at State U.
The daddy rabbit says "Your mother wants you to have this. It's her foot."