I learned something interesting – when I moved from PA to CO, I actually started winter a day earlier. I’m not so sure that was a good thing, since I am not a big fan of winter.

The winter solstice is actually a moment of time when the sun is positioned directly above the tropic of Capricorn. In the Eastern Time Zone, this occurs on December 22, but in the Mountain Time Zone, it occurs 2 hours earlier on December 21. That also means that spring arrives in Denver a day earlier as well.

Today is the shortest day of the year, which means that our days will continue to grow longer until summer. What are your plans for those extra moments each day?

Small self-improvements just like a few extra moments of daylight will move your life toward spring. If you decide to add a small improvement to each day, in a short amount of time, you will begin to see buds on your progress. These buds will bloom and you will have created a beautiful garden of success.

Because I live in a cooler climate, winter is the time when I focus on home and inside activities. Winter is a great time to focus on improving inner strength as well.

By the time spring rolls around, you will be ready to plant your garden and share your beauty with the world.

I recently read a beautiful poem called Seasons of Life. This poem will uplift.

Please read http://popsoflife.wordpress.com/2011/12/04/seasons-in-life/

Thank you Laurie Popovich for sharing.

Please show Laurie some love by liking her blog.


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2 responses »

  1. Great post, Saundra!! Come on, Spring!! I was born and raised in Detroit, so I can totally relate. I really liked Laurie Popovich’s poem. Left her a comment! Thanks for the tip!

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