Hola darlings! I hope everyone is staying safe and sound during this awful time in our history. I have been more of a homebody since retiring at the beginning of 2015, but now I can't even take my couple of trips a year - too afraid to travel for fear of getting infected with COVID-19.
I've always been pretty darn cautious and perhaps over-analytical at times, but now, I'm downright paranoid about staying as safe as I can. My ventures out these days are limited to the supermarket and talking to neighbors from a distance of 6 feet or more - outside only. I wonder if I'll see as many of them in the depths of winter when it's 20 below. Can one still do yard work in the winter??? Other than shovelling snow, of course. Maybe I'll keep my exercise up this winter by shovelling my way around the block...
Katherine Neville has sent her quarterly email letter to fans of hers who sign up at her website (katherineneville.com).
Here is the introduction to her Autumn Equinox Newsletter 2020:
Autumn Equinox Newsletter
September 21, 2020
Equal Day and Night
The Equinox ("Equal Night") is the event that comes twice a year, when day and night are equal in length. The autumn equinox (in the northern hemisphere) marks the turning point when our daylight hours grow shorter and darkness grows longer.
Read more about this turning point of the year in my previous (and prescient) Autumn Equinox Newsletter from 2017.
And so, here is what she wrote about autumn in the 2017 Newsletter: