“It was one of those beautiful, lengthening days, when May was pressing back with both hands the shades of the morning and the evening.”
[Amelia E. Barr, 1886]
There is a pivotal point in the spring where my focus changes from hours of darkness to hours of light. Where I can move between the house and all of nature without much preparation and breathe in the energy of the day with new awareness of gratitude.
“We must get in touch with our own liberating ludicrousness,” writes Sarah J. McCarthy, “and practice being harmlessly deviant.”
This day blesses us with freedom.