The eclipse was really cool to watch the other night. Because we are way out in the country, and we live down a country lane, we don’t sleep with our curtains or drapes pulled. On full moon nights the moon beams stream into the bedroom right onto the bed and in my eyes. Therefore, I was awake and ready to watch the Super Moon be eclipsed.
The eclipsed started close to five in the morning…turning a dull brick red around six or so. We never had a full eclipse because the sun started coming up before the moon could be completely covered.
That’s okay…I enjoyed watching every minute of what we had anyway.
We’ve had several nights of freezing weather—I’m sure the apricots are gone, and now the pears. The plums, sour cherries and the apples just might make it this year, but only time will tell. Still the blooms on the pear trees are pretty.
Easter morning is beautiful. Today is our last day with the kids, they will go back to Craig, Colorado, late this afternoon. But first we (all of our daughters and son-in-laws and grandchildren and even Jason’s Dad) are all going to the Uncompahgre Plateau for an Easter Picnic.
I am wishing for each of you a marvelous and wonderful day today!
Happy Easter my Friends!