Artist Dotty Seiter sent me this just recently regarding how she ran across the "rabbit, rabbit," phrase.
I’m reading a novel by Lee Smith called Guests on Earth. Chapter 9 begins:
The first day of November dawned unseasonably warm and sunny. Somehow, the moment I woke up, I remembered to say “Rabbit, Rabbit” out loud, a superstitious practice taught to me by Mrs. Hodges years before, these words to be spoken first thing in the morning on the first day of each month to ensure good luck for all the days of the month ahead.
Thank you, Dotty, for forwarding this.
Have a great day and ask yourself what kinds of good things are coming your way.
Rabbits are from previous posts and are made of wet and needle felted wool with assorted beads.