Thursday, 30 August 2012

Blue Moon

According to Astronomers, we will witness a Blue Moon in our skies tomorrow night.  My daughter suggests that we should do something that we only do "Once in a Blue Moon" .  We are at a loss as to what to do - any suggestions?  At work I've suggested we try to have a good day at work!!!!

Blogging will be a bit hit and miss as we have a poorly relative and much time is being taken up by hospital visiting and sorting out stuff.  Normal life is a bit on hold for the time being. xx

13 comments:

John Gray said...

chin up
dont knacker yourself out too much!

Lady Mondegreen's Secret Garden said...

Wow, I hadn't noticed this. Have stopped being so aware of the full moon dates as the Canterbury earthquake aftershocks quieten down. Must celebrate Once-in-a ... somehow.
Haven't left a comment for awhile but still enjoy your blog. Take care.

Elizabethd said...

Difficult to decide when you have other things on your mind.

Betty said...

How wonderful, I didn't know about the blue moon - just looking at it whilst sitting on my garden bench and sipping a glass of wine will do me. I suppose I could eat blue cheese and sing 'blue moon' too (only joking) - will look forward to seeing - thanks.

Rowan said...

Tea at Bettys in Harrogate or York? I'm sorry you're having to cope with illness in your family, it's never easy when you have the worry and hospital visiting this entails. Hope that whoever is ill recovers soon.

A garden just outside Venice said...

Best wishes to your relative for a quick recovery
xxxx

Lisa said...

I shall look into this moon news a bit further I think.
Been thinking of you all.
Take care.
Lisa xxxxxxxx

Louise said...

It's a good excuse to do something different I guess but blue moons are not really all that infrequent - some years we can have two blue moons!

Rosie said...

I'll be looking at the blue moon tonight and thinking of you all. Take carexxxxx

Jaggerfan1 said...

Here's the thing Diane-- if you have a sick relative, worry about them first. Blogging will always be here. And from all the comments you always get, you have a lot of loving, supportive followers here for you. So, don't worry about the blogging, you can always come back to that. Family is important. You only have one family :D

The Curious Cat said...

Oh! Sorry to hear about the relative -hope they will be okay! Things you do once in a blue moon? Get in the car and drive to the beach at midnight? Or somewhere at midnight and have a picnic with ice-cream or hot chocolate depending on how you feel and tell stories or listen to music and sing songs! Or make a fort! :) xxx

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Sorry to hear about your relative. Hope there is some improvement soon. Looking forward to the blue moon :-) Hope you have a good weekend despite the problems. t'other Diane

Carol said...

Hope your relative is soon feeling much better.
Thank you for the 'Blue Moon' reminder, will go and have a look.
Carol xx