February came and went like the summer I wore jean skirts and chokers. The showers have been tears of fantastic elation, signaling our time to ask the Universe to take away the frigid and formal cold that had us quivering in our winter judgment and in its place lend us the sight of newly blossomed daffodils, tulips, and star magnolias, who want nothing more than for us to join them in twirling and roaring with laughter, head raised up to the sky, arms unfailingly extended for an embrace of vivacity, the embrace of existence. For the mere fact that we have woken up today to see a new day, we are fortunate. Take part in this sublime transition that will go on without your assent - mimic our greatest mentor of all, Mother Nature, and use this glorious time to cultivate the secret garden within you. If not today, when?