Thursday, November 04, 2021 (November’s fullest moon [“Beaver”] rises on the 19th.)
This morning, a quick hello. I’m on the store’s early schedule, must be at work when the doors open for business. In a few minutes, I’ll be hurrying outside to deliver hay for the horses. At noon I’ll come home to provide more hay. They’ll be good until I’m off work in late afternoon, when they’ll greet me with high anticipation.
Today is interesting regarding the Moon’s phases. It’s the first day of a “new moon”. Known so, because the Moon’s orbit around Earth will have moved it directly between Earth and Sun. Tonight, we might be able to see a very thin Moon sliver, as it’s mostly-illuminated side will be facing away from Earth.
Our new new moon now will begin to wax, and in a couple of weeks will rise at its fullest. So cool!
Dear Friends: Have a wonderful day, locally we’ll be welcoming much-needed rain. Diana