Yes, she's strange and different...but not THAT different.

21 December 2006

Gimme that old time religion!

Happy Yule! Happy Winter Solstice!

Today also marks the end of Zappadan. But it's winter now, so the hours of daylight are only going to increase ... until summer starts, of course.

  • On 12/21/2006 8:02 PM, Anonymous Kelly said…

    I love winter time but this getting dark by 6 just bites. I'm lucky here in Louisville in that we are on the far western edge of the eastern time zone so it does stay daylight here longer then most places in the east.

    On another note, I like the pic. When I was at Stonehenge in 1991, it was one of those perfect British winter days-foggy, cold with a light drizzle.

    Of course the major highway right beside it and the cheesey souvenir stand and snack food shack kinda ruin the whole thing but if you can put that out of your head, Stonehenge rocks.

  • On 12/22/2006 6:32 AM, Blogger MichaelBains said…

    Dig what Kelly said 'bout the 6am darkness. brrrr.. lol!

    Happy Happy Jami!

  • On 12/22/2006 2:40 PM, Blogger Jami said…

    I was in Scotland in the early 70's for a couple of late Novembers and it starts getting dark about 3 in the afternoon. Sunrise is at about 9 or 10 in the morning. Just another reason to live down here on the 3rd coast of the US of A.


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