Last night, while the blue moon was shining bright, Neal Boortz tweeted his thought that the first full moon after August 25th should be named the Neil Armstrong Moon.
Up before the sun, I went walking this morning. The blue moon lit my path, and I thought of Neil Armstrong the entire way. Kinda nice walking in the moonlight, and remembering the first man on the moon. I think Neal Boortz is right. The first full moon after August 25th (the day Neil died) should be named the Neil Armstrong moon. Spread the word.
Nothing beats hanging out at the playground with your friend. What a great way to start the weekend. What do you say? Let’s play!
Joe and Charlie are several weeks into school now, which means they have brought home several weeks worth of work. The bins I used to collect the previous two years of the boys’ work are full. How many bins will I need to store these and future treasures? Why oh why – can I not let the stuff be filed in the proverbial circular file? Surely some wonderful products could be made from these recyclable items.
Are you a keeper or a tosser? Come visit my co-blogger and I, as we discuss how we deal with the stuff. Kimberly and Lenore
Will you please do me a favor? Will you go an entire day without uttering or posting a negative comment?
I took this picture on Saturday August 4th, during a morning walk along the road at Amherst Shore. I miss the morning walks. I miss the time on the porch visiting with family. I miss the peace.
If you think I am playing to your preferences, you are right. Everyone seems to enjoy shots of Lily, so I’m bringing her back again today.
Congratulations on making it through Monday. I think it is safe to open our eyes now.