Today marks the longest day of the year.
The summer solstice is the Northern Hemisphere’s longest day, with 24 hours of unbroken sunlight north of the Arctic Circle.
If you miss this year's eath Solstice, you can celebrate the Martian solstice which occurs on June 25.
Modern-day druids don Celtic attire and gather at England’s Stonehenge to mark the summer solstice. They celebrate it here on Orcas Island with a parade that will spread joy, hope, and rebirth that spreads to the entire universe. Any reason is good enough for a parade!
Hope you get the most out of this long day.