…Tuesday, December 21 at 10:59 EST in the Northern Hemisphere, marks the Winter Solstice. This is the first day of winter. The shortest day and the longest night. What does this mean for you? Absolutely nothing!
Except, it’s a day to enjoy life, spend time with family and friends. Go out and play in nature – it’s beautiful! It’s a time to generate new ideas, reflect on life and plan for a prosperous future. A time of giving and gratitude.
Give someone a hug and say Happy Solstice. It will confuse the heck out of them. 😎
Remember to give thanks to those around you. You can give a smile, a thank you, a cup of coffee, a bag of groceries, an extra tip, or a pair of shoes when out and about. Spend time at home with family if you can or have a long conversation with a friend who lives far away. Be thankful – be kind!
The day the Declaration of Independence
was adopted by the Continental Congress in 1776.
Today and every day, I want to thank all sons and daughters,
brothers and sisters, fathers and mothers,
grandfathers and grandmothers, great-grandparents,
great-great-grandparents who served
and are still serving in our military.
Today we celebrate your courage and determination.