My blog for this week was about Covid and other aggravations. The aggravations I was venting about were too fresh and I decided to postpone finishing it. Maybe next week.
Here we are now in the merry month of March. Not sure how merry March will be, but there are some notable, fun days worth mentioning. Some things to look forward to.
We begin with Cinco de Marcho. It’s a real thing. Look it up. Next we move along to Pi (or some might say Pie) Day. The day after Pi warns us to beware the Ides of March. Following is St. Patrick’s Day when we all become Irish. Always fun. The next in line is a double pleasure. Spring begins on the 20th. March 20 is also the United Nations International Day of Happiness. As the month closes we, hopefully, look to better weather, some signs of Spring like daffodils popping their heads up, a few blades of grass pushing their way through the ground and perhaps an appearance of a robin. Thoughts of all these possibilities bring a smile to my face.
There’s one other event I wish would go away. That is daylight saving time. I know, it is nice to have longer daylight hours to do whatever one likes to do with more daylight. Nevertheless, there are so many reasons it ought to be cancelled. Between standard time and DST just pick one and stick with it. I make my case in a previous blog here DST – What Does It Really Save?, if you are interested in reading.
How about having a March tea party. Like the one in Alice in Wonderland with the March Hare and Mad Hatter. Especially when the March Hare offered Alice wine. It’s true. He did. Cheers.
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