Solstice (Part 2)

I’m not a druid or pagan or anything but it was necessary to be outdoors today. The longest day did not start very promisingly but it eventually turned into a passable English summer day. No sacrifices have been made although there is a load of stuff I should have been doing instead so that must count and that means the goat is off the hook for another year. It’s downhill all the way now, losing daylight at around 4 minutes a day all the way to just before Christmas but that doesn’t matter because the sun is shining and it will be for quite a few hours yet and in the morning it might even come up and do the same again.

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