Balance is a good thing unless you are sitting on a see-saw and want to get off!

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Vernal Equinox

On Monday, March 20, both day and night were about the same length around the globe. People in the northern hemisphere experienced the spring equinox. Those in the southern hemisphere have moved slowly toward fall.


The Express News from the United Kingdom reminded readers what such an astronomical change means: that the sun has crossed the celestial equator, the projection of the Earth’s equator into space.

Equinox = Equal = Balance


Lines from My Diary

I like to live a life in balance, but at times my life feels turned upside down.

Here’s a quote from my diary written in long-hand long ago . . .

What’s so awful about the world being turned upside down?

If it were, we’d be walking on clouds!



Mind Rest

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee.

~ Isaiah 26:3



Fiction writer Anne Enright writes about the winter solstice with a page from her past (The New Yorker, March 13, 2017).



I don’t like my world turned upside down and I suspect you don’t either.


How did you respond to the recent time change?

What else throws your life out of balance?

Tips for keeping yourself in balance?

All comments welcome, even your plans for a spring garden. Ah, what a happy thought!