Monday, September 15, 2008

Harvest Full Moon



Did you know Monday get it's name from the moon. Moonday became Monday. I love it. Tonight is the juicy Harvest Moon. This moon always appears the largest of all the full moons of the year. This Full Moon has numerous names: Wine Moon, Singing Moon, Leaves Changing Color Moon, Apples Ripening Moon, etc. Tonight wherever you are look up and smile up at The Harvest Moon. If you feel the need to dance, flirt, write, meditate, make love by moonlight, go for it. Full Moons are a magical time where anything can happen. Have fun.

10 comments:

Sacred Suzie said...

Blessed Harvest Moon to you Shell! I love that it's a full moon on Moonday, LOL. That rocks! Thank you for participating again in the dreamboards and for writing such beautiful comments, I really appreciate that.

Don said...

Thanks for the heads up, Shell. You gave me an idea for tonight. lol.

Britt said...

Maybe that explains why my two year old has been acting a fool all day .. or maybe it's just because she's mine. :o)

Thanks for stopping by today!

Susie said...

Wow! That's some neat information!! Thanks for sharing:-)

Lady Prism said...

Hmmmm...I'm going to take a look at the moon tonight from over here and see if it would be as bright as the one you have over there ha!ha!ha!

I luv' the moon..

hugz'..

creativehealinggoddess said...

Thank you for this I was born on a Monday and this Pisces Harvest moon as deeply affected me... I look forward to reading more of your blogs .

Shell said...

Hi ladies and Don, hope you all enjoyed you Full Moon Monday. Thanks for sharing all your thoughts with me.

mermaid musings said...

Luna is my eternal friend...
i like to learn that it can be called wine moon, too.
p.s. i heart wine, lol

Shell said...

Welcome Creativehealinggoddess. Since you are a true Moon child, I hope the picses moon treated you good.
Miss MM, I'm sure the harvest moon can be called the wine moon as well. It has so many names. She doesn't mind a few more.

Domestic Executive said...

Hi there from New Zealand. I wonder how this applies to us - we're in spring. I certainly agree that being moostruck is the way to go.

Thanks for calling by my blog on the BATW tour of New Zealand.