March is an interesting time of year. It is true, in terms of the changes in the seasons, in terms of day light savings
time, and even in terms of religious observations.
The Jewish faith will observe Purim (a Jewish Holiday commemorating the Jewish people being saved from extermination in Persia), and the Christians
will observe Palm Sunday commemorating Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem where people put palms down in front of his path. The month includes International Women's Day
celebrating and acknowledging the achievements of women and St. Patrick’s Day
which celebrates a priest and former slave and who is known converting the Irish to Christianity (St. Patrick is the patron Saint of Ireland).