Spring is a Time for New Beginnings
The first day of spring marks the turn of the seasons and the arrival of more hours of daylight. Yesterday, March 20, the sun crossed the celestial equator and begin to shine its rays more directly on the Northern Hemisphere. On the first day of spring, known as the vernal equinox, the hours of daylight nearly equaled the hours of darkness, so afterwards, the days will begin to grow longer, warming the earth and stimulating new growth.
Why not bring some “fresh growth” into your own life with a new interest, hobby or friend? The Watermark at East Hill loves to provide opportunities for our residents, families and friends to thrive with new beginnings and fresh starts.
Longer days and warmer weather inspire us to spend more time outdoors. Residents and visitors alike enjoy walking through our 55 acre beautifully landscaped grounds. Ask about gardening opportunities to make it easy to participate in growing and harvesting fresh vegetables and herbs. Getting your hands in the soil can be a wonderful way to welcome spring whether you are a first-time gardener or experienced green thumb.
What will be your new beginning this spring? A Watermark University class on local authors? Tai Chi? Facebook 101? How about a cooking demonstration to learn how to use the herbs we grow or a travelogue about a journey through Italy?
As the seasons turn, take some time to consider your new beginnings and what you can do to thrive in the year ahead. Contact us to find out what we have cookin’ this spring.
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