Wednesday, October 8, 2014


Today started with a full moon. The moon started to vanish into a lunar eclipse around 6:30 in the morning. The moon was soon gone, then returned but this time with a red color tint. The moon was gone again when the sun rose to signal the arrival of daytime. Well, night has fallen again. The moon has replaced the sun high above the sky. The lunar eclipse is also gone. The moon is back to it's normal color and it isn't in danger of vanishing. And so the eighth day of October comes to an end as the ninth day of October slowly arrives. Morning will soon return yet again, but right now it's time to enjoy the night sky yet again. Blessed night everybody. Blessed night.
And as I'm lost in thought under the night sky, here are some photos of Rachael Leigh Cook.

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