Happy New Year! *thud*
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I don’t know about you, but January never really feels like a New Year to me. There’s nothing fresh or shiny about it. Everybody’s pretty much hung over and stressed out from over-celebrating the winter holidays. Nature is brown, grey, and lifeless, and the sun sets at five o’clock. It feels old and worn out, not new.
Now spring would be a great time to start the new year. Planting season, new life, new birth, you know—NEW! Even fall would be better than winter, with harvest celebrations and the start of school.
I don’t know how it happened, although I’m sure there are books and even a wikipedia entry on January 1 as New Year’s Day. Frankly, I don’t care why it was done. I just want to be on record saying it’s stupid and I oppose it. As a homeschooler, January and February are the hardest months. It’s like being in the middle of a twisty tunnel, no end and sight and you can’t even see where you’ve come from. Bleh.
I think I’ll have my own New Year’s celebration when the wildflowers are in bloom. Champagne among the bluebonnets! Who’s with me?