It’s that time of the year.
Summer Solstice time
The time when we are at the half way point
While those in the Northern Hemisphere are filled with hope – some of us are not looking ahead with pleasure.
It’s as if the long Summer days have only just begun and it’s all being taken away from us.
Some are suggesting the witching hour is at 9 : 21 tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow (Saturday) we will have more daylight time than today – the day after (Sunday) we will have less
Othes told us it happened today…the 21st. Whenever it happens doesn’t change anything
The days will become shorter and the night’s longer.
That’s the way it goes I suppose.
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Looking out of my window at the dull, grey skies, trees blowing around in a hooley, I think I prefer the Summer Solstice – only six months to wait!
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Here in New England, we are hope-filled as the darkest days are behind us, and we look forward to more sun, more light, with each passing winter’s day. ❤
I am still surprised at how the hours of daylight change even here, so close to the equator.
It’s so amazing to read of your dismay about the Solstice! We call it winter solstice here in Canada—it indicates that the shortest day is today, and longer days are coming. But this planet is fair to all, our summer solstice comes regularly, and will soon be here!
I might be in the minority (probably) but I prefer winter. I do like longer daylight hours but hate the heat.
I’ve always thought it strange that we have our longest day well before our hottest temperatures.
Here in England we have just celebrated the Winter Solstice with the shortest day. We are now looking forward to longer daylight hours.
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