Thursday, September 23, 2010

Super Harvest Moon

If you care about things like giant glowing moons illuminating the sky, check out your night sky at 8:10, for the Super Harvest Moon that will be at optimum viewing capacity. The last one of this kind was in 1991 and then next one will be in 2029.  For the rest of you, the final episode of Real Housewives of D.C is airing tonight.

8 comments:

Acanthus and Acorn said...

It rained in the DC area last night...maybe I will get lucky tonight...the weather will be good and the TV will break!

sherry said...

Thanks for the reminder...going out and almost forgot to set DVR!!!

goodniteirene.wordpress.com said...

i'm this close to ripping the band aid off the housewife/reality tv scabbiness. i just love that andy cohen boy so much!! wish there was a way i could just get him without all the wrecked trains.

Mrs. Blandings said...

Rained. Darn. Loving your view though.

redbpower said...

we saw it - over here on the east coast. gorgeous. the moon over atlanta and savannah was shining bright.

beachbungalow8 said...

ok ,so I was wrong, the finale wasn't last night. We have yet to see the Swahilis crash the white house party! Did you happen to catch Andy Cohen's show? Mary's hair look good, right?

ok...the moon. Very unimpressive over here. I've seen much bigger Harvest Moons. Anyone else?

krista said...

hahahahaha....this made me laugh out loud at my desk.
the juxtaposition of a harvest moon and the real housewives. there is a metaphor in there somewhere i'm sure.

Heather-Leigh said...

Love this! Full Moons bring out energy wavelengths that are great to tap into...
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