The days are getting longer now.
Officially, the winter solstice is tomorrow, but the sunset times (the length of day most of us care about) began to get later in the last few days.
Before we know it, the kids will be going to bed in daylight. Or at least we will be telling them to go to bed while it’s still daylight.
It does seem to me like time flies faster than ever these days. It is hard to believe my little Pinkling turns 2 today. Happy birthday, little girl.
But time flying is a good thing during the winter. It gives us hope that before long the bitter cold will break and the leaves will start to bud.
In another interesting coincidence, for the first time in a 456 years, the winter solstice coincides with a lunar eclipse. You can get up with me at about 3:00 am to see it. Of course, if I am not there right at 3:00, please start watching without me. I will be along shortly, I promise.
And hey, enjoy that extra sunshine out there today, folks.