Winter Solstice

by beagooddad on December 21, 2006

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I was reminded over at Three Kid Circus that today is the Winter Solstice.

That, means for all of us in the northern hemisphere, that it is the shortest day of the year. It would explain why my kids keep asking to go to bed around 4:30 every night. Take comfort in knowing that starting tomorrow, every day will have a little bit more sunshine for a while.

And, for all of you in the southern hemisphere, I guess that would make today your Summer Solstice. Make sure you let the kids stay outside late tonight. Your turn is coming soon.

For those of you living on the equator…I don’t have anything to say to you.

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