Winter Solstice

22 12 2011

It’s the Winter solstice.  The shortest day of the year.  The longest night.  The beginning of Winter.

The days now start getting longer.

Spring is only 89 days away.

Santa gets here in 3 days.

Christmas brings an extra day or two off from work.

Added bonus: It is unseasonably warm and green here in the Northern Hemisphere on the St. Lawrence River.  (Did I mention Spring is coming?)

Time to set goals!  What are yours for the next year? Five years? Ten years?

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4 responses

22 12 2011
KatiesCameraBlog

Love this image. Infrared right? And Happy Solstice. Great time of year. 🙂

22 12 2011
Christian Fahey

Thanks Katie–got the pic from a free wallpaper site and loved it, so not sure if it’s infrared but the colors are brilliant.

22 12 2011
tommybrennan

Great picture! Great thoughts too. The ancients set massive bonfires on the solstice to combat the darkness of winter. May our lights burn bright for Christ for the same reason.

22 12 2011
Christian Fahey

Yes! Veni Veni Emmanuel!

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