Happy meatless, Monday. Happy birthday to my better half, Mitch….and to all a very happy PINK SUPERMOON.
Nope. The full moon tonight will not look pink. It gets it’s name from the herb pink moss, also know as creeping phlox, moss phlox, or mountain phlox, which is one of the earliest spring flowers appearing in the United States. Supermoons appear larger than other moons due to their proximity to Earth. This one will appear full until Wednesday, but will reach it’s peak tonight at about 11:32 pm, EDT.
As we ask the full moon to release what no longer serves us, and bring in more of what makes us happy, Sheree and I will release the food we have collected this month Feeding South Florida on Wednesday ( and always ask for more to come). I just deleted a long list of people who I am so grateful to for all your donations, support, efforts and food deliveries… I am always on the fence about privacy concerns on my blog. You know who you are–near and far, I am thankful for all the support in this F.F.I.T. project! Without all of you, there would be no “together”.
I was glad to wake up and see that My Octopus Teacher won the Oscar last night for best documentary. If you have Netflix and haven’t seen it yet, do it! The filming is gorgeous and the story drives home how special non-humans can be. I did make it up for part of the show, and watched bits and pieces this morning. I am thinking a lot about what Tyler Perry spoke about—meeting in the middle. Maybe this is the only way to heal our broken country.
Maybe tonight, we can ALL step out into nature and know we all live under the same full moon. Perhaps it is there we can find our middle. Much love….