“The moment arrives at a different time for everyone, but at some point in February, those of us who live in cold-weather climates find that the novelty of winter has worn off. We lapse into an antagonistic relationship with the weather, cursing it under our breath and commiserating with strangers in supermarkets and trains. By the time this short month rolls around, 30 days have elapsed since the holidays, with at least another 30 to endure before reaching spring’s starting time.
At this time of year, its as though a significant other is away on a long sojourn and we are left pale and lonely in the void created by the absence. Much of this has to do with how much we miss the sun and everything it brings – the way it turns up the lights n the great