We went, Izzie, but the moon was hardly visible amongst the clouds. Nice view of the crater, glowing pink in the filtered moonlight, however, and Pele (Goddess of the volcanoes) was smokin' up a storm in her hidey-hole in the Hale'mau'au crater. Sglass wore a surgical mask to protect her lungs from the sulphur dioxide fumes.
tonight, the rain clouds have a veil in front - appropriate since I was learning a new move in class tonight for our gala on Friday (yes, they're still adding to the choreo! two nights in advance!) where we turn in circles holding the long drop of our robes in front of our eyes at an angle. Definitely thought of the Nodster, as she and I had a lot of fun talking about dance and caftans when I first started taking classes.
Thu 3 Dec, 2009 09:11 am
As I was driving back from Virginia, it was raining buckets. Suddenly, a beacon appeared in the sky surrounded by black clouds. I have never, I mean NEVER seen the moon so bright and beautiful. Once home, it set over the intra costal waterway, and shone through my window like an electric skylight.
Savannah, Georgia had tornado warnings, but I felt no fear.
All of your descriptions are so life like. It makes me feel as though I was there watching with you.
All of Canada is out there, singing and howling and honking horns and lookit that it's a full moon! I noticed how big it was getting the other night - great blue shadows against the snow - always makes me think of the early days of Abuzz and getting to know folks like Moondoggy.
arroooooooooooooooo to lost and found and missing and loved friends