The flowers are blooming, the leaves are forming, and the sun is coming out of cloud hibernation. Spring signifies a rebirth of sorts. Wildlife can sense it and so can our brains. As the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, we inexplicably become more active creatures. Think about it, when was the last time someone participated in winter cleaning?
Just being outside more in the spring is an instant mood boost. Vitamin D levels go up as the sun acts like a UV solar power charger to our mind and mood. Exercise is correlated with warmer, sunnier days as well, and those extra endorphins boost that feel-good mood.
This is my favorite time of year; I wish New Year’s Day was April first. I am hoping for the feeling of the change in season makes you feel the same way.
Over the last few months, I’ve asked brothers who have not been to lodge in a while to come back. Now is the time. Come and share with us. This year has been very special to me as it is to every Master, and I would like you all to be part of it. Come out and meet some of our new Brothers, the officers, and future officers of the Lodge. Enjoy the fellowship. We will be enjoying the extended days and time at the lodge as we come out of the winter funk.
We will be working on the Master Mason degree for June, and some projects around the lodge. All hands are welcome and appreciated. As always thank you to all who have stopped by and spent time keeping up the building and grounds. Your efforts do not go unnoticed.
Peace and Harmony,