The spring equinox marks one of the two times a year when day and night are nearly the same length. The term equinox comes from the Latin word equinoxium, which means "equality between day and night."
Spring is my favorite time of year. It’s a season of renewal and rebirth.
The snow has melted and the ground is swelling. I am beginning to smell and envision what lies beneath. The rich and porous earth. Big fat worms waking up. Flora and fona being reconfigured, all becomeing a new song to be sung.
All of mother nature springs from a seed. Hidden in these seeds, we also find our thoughts, all of which would not be without the planting of new seeds, in ourselves, our gardens, our home, and in the communities we live. These are the places where our new stories emerge, anew and refreshed.
What seeds are you planting this Spring? What are your intentions?
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