I’ve chronicled the position of rising and setting sun for the winter and summer solstice since my dear wife Karen have moved to A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville.
Yes, I did so from the Little Bitty in the Syracuse neighborhood of Eastwood before the move, too.
I did these landmark times in our lives.
Today it’s the Equinox.
Daylight and nighttime, let’s call it a draw.
When I went out (OK, a day or so early) to check the positioning of the sun’s hello to the day in the backyard at a bit after 7 a.m., I discovered that the kiss with the horizon is blocked by the tree line on the neighbor’s east side of the fence.
That night, though, right around 7 p.m., I met a glorious moment before goodbye in the parking lot next to the Salina Town Hall across the street.
Beautiful it is, tucked over by Onondaga Lake.