For some reason Easter felt different this year. It has been kind of nice that both Easter and Passover have overlapped because it seems that like me, alot of my friends and colleagues are celebrating the beginning of Spring. Whether you are celebrating coming out of the desert or the resurrection, and whether or not you subscribe to either faith to the letter of the law, it is the perfect time to reassess where you are.
Crap, it has been a hell of a year here in our tiny abode, not to mention the U.S. But there are a lot of things to be grateful for and a lot of things I am excited to brush off and start working on anew. New Year's marks the day to start a new year. The Spring seems like the time to start getting outside and start living.
On Sunday I went to see my nephew playing Little League - the ballfield in Riverside Park overlooks the Hudson and there is this neat portion of an elevated highway that was never finished. I love to stare at it and try to figure out how things would be different if they had finished it. It's a strange reminder that it's important to just start something; the destination is not the end all.
Have a great week and enjoy the beginning of the Spring.