It has an emotional effect on people even in cities today.Everything you need to know: December solstice The early calendar-makers didn’t know it, but today we know there is another bit of astronomical logic behind beginning the year on January 1.Earth is always closest to the sun in its yearly orbit around this time. People didn’t always celebrate the new year on January 1.The earliest recording of a new year celebration is believed to have been in Mesopotamia, circa 2000 B. That celebration – and many other ancient celebrations of the new year following it – were celebrated around the time of the vernal equinox, around March 20.“Sheryl has given me a sense of security, which is paramount to me,” Evangelina said.“She is my rock when I am feeling insecure.” The couple spent time traveling and building their relationship for the next six years before the discussion of children came up. Greyson, now 8, was diagnosed with autism early on which has been financially draining and stressful for the couple.But when the conversation did come up, it turned out that they both very much wanted children. “It’s very difficult for us on a day-to-day basis,” Sheryl said.
Having a child with autism can only make matters more difficult.
“I didn’t think marriage would feel any different, but it does,” Sheryl said.
“It reaffirms our relationship to each other and our commitment to this family.” Even though they are officially married, barriers still face the family they built.
He’s very high functioning, very smart but it takes him longer to remember things and to grasp things than other kids.” The couple said the stress has made them realize that they must take more time with each other to ensure that their relationship doesn’t get lost during the process.
“It has not always been easy but we remain committed,” Sheryl said.