Friday, June 20, 2014

THERE'S ALWAYS TOMORROW

Tomorrow is June 21st, and, in the Northern Hemisphere at 6:31 a.m., the Summer Solstice begins.

Officially, this marks the first day of summer, providing the longest amount of daylight. Here in Pennsylvania, we will see about 14 hours and 31 minutes worth of daylight.

As I sit on my deck, enjoying the many hours of sunlight tomorrow, I will write my annual Summer Solstice blog.

Remember, the eternal cycle of life being what it is, the days become shorter after tomorrow, so celebrate the Summer Solstice by turning in a good workout, running a race, or simply basking in the maximum hours of sunlight.

Let me be the first to wish you all a Happy Solstice Day.