The equinox, of course, refers to that point in the year where the day and night hours are equal.... actually, not quite.
Astronomically speaking, the equinox occurs when the center of the Sun and the Earth's equator are in the same plane. Since the Earth's rotational axis is tilted, this only happens for a moment in time, twice a year.
(Although March isn't over yet...)
On the home front, we've been busy with all the usual things - school, church, band, etc. I don't dare list them all out, it makes me tired. Add onto that the beginnings of the college search for JC, and this fatigue I feel doesn't seem so surprising. John is actually off to Brazil at the moment, and I am holding down the fort. Mostly. The garbage got out in time for pickup and everyone made it to school on time, so I count that as a win.
Despite the fact that I should be able to balance eggs on end, the breakfast dishes are still on the counter and the floor is crying to be mopped. I need a twice a year celestial event that helps with stuff like that!