Ok, well, it’s been here a while (thank you, climate change) and some of the plants are a little confused. Apricots are already coming out on our neighbors’ tree, months early.
But still, it’s spring. That’s what the calendar tells us.
And it’s the calendar with which I have a bone to pick. Is that even a sentence? Ok, so here’s my thought:
Why do we turn over the new year in January, dead in the middle of winter and at the tail end of the holiday season? Doesn’t it make more sense to turn over a new leaf in the spring, the season of renewal?
I make my case for this over at Boomeon, right here. I’d love for you to read the post over there and if you are inclined, comment or share on that site. Because I really do want to know what you’re thinking and so do other readers there.
Thank you! And happy spring!