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Did you realize that there’s a full moon tonight? I was looking at the calendar as I formulated these alphabet posts, and saw that we’re going to get a shiner. I am a real moon-worshiper. I love to see moonrise at night (during the day it’s awesome, too) and I feel more centered when there’s a visible moon in the sky. But then, I was born in July, which makes me a “moon child.”

My favorite moon is a “harvest moon,” which we tend to have in the summer here. The moon is big and orange, glowing, and peaceful. Imagine the world without our little satellite. It would be a dark and lackluster place.

Are you a sun worshiper, or a moon worshiper, or neither?

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5 Comments

  1. LOL! I’ve never given it much thought, coming from a rainy wet place where seeing either wasn’t a daily occurrence. But I think, having moved to a very sunny place, I’m becoming a sun worshiper

  2. I like the moon, it’s so romantic. Today is Friday the 13th with a full moon. Enjoy it, savor it because the next Friday the 13th with a full moon will be in August, 2049.

  3. Really neither but having worked years ago in a nursing home and now working in child care I will say that the moon does effect behavior in both of these groups. Couldn’t figure out what was wrong today and now I know. Somehow missed a full moon was coming.

  4. Definitely a moon girl myself. I avoid the sun.

  5. I’m hoping to see the full moon, but it seems we always have overcast skies on these meterological events.

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