Not really longer, but morning light comes sooner – daylight lasts longer.
Winter’s back has been broken, the first day of spring is less than two months away but mildness will come sooner, melting will come sooner, fresh feel of damp spring air will come sooner.
Does enjoying weather and yearning for the taste of what comes next rather predictable, repetitive – isn’t it just like last year, like the year before?
Hurtling toward spring is different than approaching any other season – this becomes more poignant every year. With passing of each winter, arrival of each new spring is reminder there are more behind me than in front of me, with so many gone by – this new one ‘just arriving’ – must be savoured and seasoned, used up like an extra-large DQ strawberry sundae …
One of the best “self help” books I have read is The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. I used to dislike routine, but his book made me see the value of turning mundane tasks into habits. Doing so allows you to avoid decision fatigue and save your brain power for making important decisions, DAB, Edmonton, AB
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