Every fall, we're faced with the question of what to do with an extra hour on the day when we "fall back" at the end of Daylight Savings Time.
Every four years, however, we have an entire extra day. This Friday, Feb. 29 is one of those days.
As youll recall from the old Thirty days has September ditty that you learned in grade school, February normally has 28 except in leap years, when we get a bonus day. Absolutely free. No extra charge.
But what do you do with it?
And, for that matter, where does it come from?