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Last Thursday, March 19, was the first day of spring. And if spring felt like it came a little quicker than usual, that’s because it did! Astronomically speaking, the first day of spring usually lands on March 20 or 21, also known as the vernal equinox. This year, however, the equinox happened on the 19th in all U.S. time zones, making it the earliest spring we have seen in over a century. In fact, the last time spring arrived this early was in 1896 which was 124 years ago. So, go enjoy this early spring – a lovely reminder of how beautiful change can be!