Well, so, here we are; that time of year when the sun crosses the celestial equator and those of us in the northern hemisphere begin tilting toward the sun.
Thanks to some super smart, left-brained people, we know the Vernal Equinox occurred on March 19 this year, the earliest occurrence in 124 years.
Typically, in the days and weeks following this official launch into spring, the general population is filled with extra endorphins from the warm sun shining upon our faces. Then we pour out into streets and festivals and restaurants and theatres and campuses smiling, laughing, hugging, kissing, throwing frisbees, and maybe even playing guitar with the thrill of new beginnings in the air.
This is not the typical beginning of spring
But we all know nothing is typical right now.
Instead, filled with concerns and the unknown we are all…