The Solstice Can’t Come Soon Enough

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The best day of the year is coming up fast.

That’s the winter solstice — December 21 — the best day of the year, because from here on (for the next six months) the total hours of daylight start increasing each day.

And up here in the great white North, that’s something we really look forward to, especially after a year of pandemic and seemingly relentless natural disasters.

Recreational writer, collector of antique corkscrews, urban gardener and management consultant to social profit organizations. Proudly Canadian.

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CorkscrewAnnie

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Recreational writer, collector of antique corkscrews, urban gardener and management consultant to social profit organizations. Proudly Canadian.

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