The curtain falls on February of the fifth leap year of the Century. I always wonder why the burden of bearing the extra day always falls on February. Probably the ancient guys saw February merrily hopping around with the least load and decided to load the extra day on it. The month has come to an end and it is time to announce the Finest Post Winners. As this is a year with an extra day, it would be in the fitness of things to have three Winners this month, two for Finest Narration and one for Finest Contribution. What say you? Making Rasam is an art and reaching grandma’s standard in it is sheer sublimity. This has been brought out in reverence by Anusha. I have great pleasure in declaring @Anusha2917 as the Winner of the Finest Narration Award for her post Gradma's Rasam I have always endeavored to understand the mechanics of true love. I tried to google for it and came up with 12,39,00,00,000 results! And to top it, I see a quote declaring that ‘Love is a complex set of emotions, behaviors, and beliefs associated with strong feelings of affection, protectiveness, warmth, and respect for another person’ I am struck with awe at the ease with which HariLakhera has brought it out in just one page! I have great pleasure in declaring @HariLakhera as the Winner of the Finest Narration Award for his post This Is Love I am stunned by the evaluation of a eleven-year married life with great love and understanding by nuss. And her title is quite suggestive. 'Nothing ugly' it states categorically. That’s how a married life should be. Her post has garnered a whopping 27 likes! I have great pleasure in declaring @nuss as the Winner of the Finest Contribution Award for her post Marriage- The Good, The Bad, (and Nothing Ugly)! My hearty congratulations to the Winners and my sincere thanks to the proposers and supporters of the Winning Posts!