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Tuesday, December 21, 2004

 
The Good Sun -- Last year at this time, writer Tom Nattell had a wonderful essay on the Winter Solstice published in Albany, New York's Metroland. Today we welcome the beginning of another year's journey around the sun at 7:42 AM (Eastern Time), and I wanted to share this essay with you.

The winter solstice always leaves me with mixed feelings. While it is great that the amount of daylight is increasing, the earth in these parts is still cooling down, providing prime conditions for months of additional snow, ice and cold. It is the hump date to cross for more light during the day, but it doesn’t mean a concomitant rise in temperatures is in the forecast. In fact, our ground in these parts is still in the process of losing heat and freezing hard. While the amount of light is increasing, my exposure to it generally is not, as I spend more time indoors, feeding the wood stove and trying to stay warm. While I look forward to the increasing light of day, I do not look forward to the months of cold weather that remain.


Read the full essay in the link above, and may this year's Winter Solstice mark the beginning of a new year for you filled with peace, prosperity and happiness.


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