Full Moon for Xmas
It was such a beautiful moon, so full of light that it seemed to flare and flash. Such a perfect midsummer moon.
you have such a way with words Sarah!
I have that moon over at my blog too, despite cloudy dampness here, there it is above us all and touching in rotation each and every one..
Walking back to the car after dinner two nights ago, when the moon was almost full, I said “I love the moon.” Don overheard 3 year old grandson Griffin murmur softly, “Me, too.” So it was helpful that the moon shone in G’s window Christmas morning, making the waiting for gift opening a bit easier. Lucky the child who has a moon window.
P.S. I shouldn’t have been surprised, but I heard a news blurb that the last full moon Christmas was in 1977 … the next one will be in 1934. Such a rare gift.
Oh good grief … 2034, not 1934
here too and as unseasonably cool here in the Land Down Under as it is warm up there in the North Countries, a topsy turvy bipolar 21st C world!
I wish we could have seen it, cloudy & rainy. Thank you for sharing yours!
the beautiful moon, even when we can’t see her face we can still feel her pull
Still looking big and magnificent last night in the Royal National Park three days after Christmas. I do love the moon!
your family has one of those old cottages at Burning Palms?
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