Jade flowers. Technically, they're winter bloomers. But they're happy to see the sun, anyway. (Dan Brekke/KQED)
Jade flowers. Technically, they’re winter bloomers. But they’re happy to see the sun anyway. (Dan Brekke/KQED)

Yes, we’re in a drought. Yes, we can expect a long, dry summer and fall with mandatory water restrictions. You can come up with your own list of troubles present and impending.

But today — as 9:57 a.m. PDT, the time of this year’s March <a href=”equinox — it’s spring. So for one day anyway, let’s let the sun trace its even path through the sky and embrace the scene around us, whatever it is.

We can take up with all our worries and woes tomorrow.

Author

Dan Brekke

Dan Brekke (Twitter: @danbrekke) has worked in media ever since Nixon's first term, when newspapers were still using hot type. He had moved on to online news by the time Bill Clinton met Monica Lewinsky. He's been at KQED since 2007, is an enthusiastic practitioner of radio and online journalism and will talk to you about absolutely anything. Reach Dan Brekke at dbrekke@kqed.org.

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