Wednesday, January 31, 2018
One Month Down
Today is the last day of January. A whole month has already passed this year--and it went by fast.
Its speed was magnified somewhat by the number of deadlines I had for February 1. Fortunately, I met them. Now, I'm spending my time plotting my next mystery, plus a couple of other ideas I have.
I wrote this before going to bed on Tuesday night, so I can't tell you yet whether I got to see the lunar phenomena to take place very early Wednesday morning: the Super Blue Blood Moon. I set my alarm clock so I can at least give it a try. It's a blue moon because it'll be the second full moon of January. It'll appear larger than usual since it will be closer to Earth, which makes it a super moon, with a reddish tone, which makes it a blood moon. Plus, there's supposed to be a complete lunar eclipse. Not sure whether
atmosphere will allow any of it to be seen well, if at all, but it's worth
giving it a try. L.A.
Let me know what you see, if you happen to be awake when any of this is going on.
Anyway, happy last day of January, everyone. Another fun thing? It'll be Groundhog Day very soon. This former
girl will be
eager to hear if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow. Pittsburgh