Happy Spring! Or, for friends in the Southern Hemisphere, Happy Fall! Or perhaps that should be Happy Autumn! The seasonal meaning of fall is a Shakespearean usage that lingers in American English, but not in contemporary British English. Not to mention India has more people who speak English than the U.S. and U.K. put together.
Officially the equinox occurs at 8:07 p.m. EDT. I'm told that is the precise moment to stand a hen's egg on its point. In honor of the day, DH took a few potshots at our shade tree before trudging off to work. No trees were harmed in the making of this blog post.
It doesn't look much like spring (or fall) roundabout Exit 151 this equinoctial morning. But never to fear – it's supposed to be 64° F (17° C) on Rock the Muggles Day, March 22 (aka the Yarn Harlot bookbookbook4 launch).
Ah, that's better!