Attention, please: February is almost over! Huzzah! It's snowing tonight, but there are daffodils in the offing.
I have decided to blog daily in March and do the Whole 30 again. So you'll be hearing lots more from me in the month to come.
Quick thought tonight: I am often struck by Shakespeare's juxtapositions. Clowns in Hamlet, the drunken porter in Macbeth, and in Comedy of Errors, little nuggets of wisdom amid the mistaken identity madcappery.
From Luciana, in Act II: Why, headstrong liberty is lash'd with woe. / There's nothing situate under heaven's eye / But hath his bound, in earth, in sea, in sky.
It's a good thought for Lent, is it not? Real freedom requires limits.