. . . “Spread your tiny wings and fly away And take the snow back with you Where it came from that day . . .” . . . “So, little snowbird, take me when you go To that land of gentle breezes where the peaceful water flows . . .” The term snowbird might have already been in use prior to Anne Murray’s popular … Continue reading Snowbirds . . .
We can thank Janus, a mythical king of early Rome (153 B.C.) for what some consider the beginning of the tradition of new year’s resolutions. Fact is, the Romans named the first calendar month after Janus, the god of beginnings and the guardian of doors and entrances. Thus, Janus was always depicted with two faces, where the one on the front of the head was … Continue reading I Resolve To . . .