Monday, March 20, 2017

First Day of SPRING (March 20, 2017); Xochitl, Ashley Wells, Wisdom Quarterly

It may be time to read Eat Pray Love again.
The first day of spring for 2017 is March 20th, as winter officially ends at 6:28 am today.

SUMMER 2017 will begin on June 21st, FALL on September 22nd, and WINTER on December 21st.
The first day of spring and fall each year marks the point when the length of days and nights are approximately equal everywhere on Earth.
Monocropping beautiful sunflowers
In a place called Cleveland, day and night will each last very close to 12 hours a little ahead of the start of spring, on March 17th, according to the U.S. Naval Observatory.
On March 20th, much of the U.S. is due to receive 12 hours and 10 minutes of daylight, with it increasing through mid-June.
At the equator, days and nights are equal throughout the year. It varies elsewhere, [allegedly] depending on the tilt of the Earth [though other explanations make more sense].
The start of spring will arrive a few hours later this year because 2016 was a leap year. More

It's flowering springtime and the living is getting sunny California (

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