Wednesday, August 21, 2013

'Once In A Blue Moon' In The Backyard!

     I know!'ve probably heard the expression 'once in a blue moon' a lot this week, considering that the 'harvest moon', or 'blue moon', is high in the sky. But I couldn't help myself. I had to bring it up one more time! ^_^ And I had to, because my hubby went out in the backyard last night and took some pictures of it! :-)

     I know!....what is all the hoopla about?! ^_^ It's a bit of light in the sky, right?!...Well, maybe so, but it was sooooooo cool to look at!!

     Oooooo! The 'Wug' household is so exciting!! LOL

     Guess what?!...we're even more exciting when we talk about the hummingbirds in the backyard! ^_^ And when we take pictures of them scratching themselves!!....Oooooo! Ahhhhhhh! :-))

     I have some issues with my dry itchy skin too, but it would be a whole lot more of a problem if I was a speedy wing-flapping hummingbird, having to suck nectar every minute to keep my energy up, look for other attacking hummingbirds, AND scratch, all at the same time!!! LOL
     Anyway!! ^_^ Those were yesterday's excitements....including the first discourse at our Kingdom Hall by the traveling circuit overseer for our congregation!! :-) It was SOOO ENCOURAGING TOO!!!.....Okay, On to today!!! :-) Whatcha got for me, Wednesday...besides the hump?! LOL
      I'll leave you with more moon...and a poem! Have a good day, Everybody!! :-)


Describe The Sky

Evoking awe and bouts of wonder.
Such inspiration, you just want to cry.
With birds high-flying, and winds a blowing,
what words would you use to describe the sky?

Would you say, whether clouds are upon it,
that it blankets a wondrous space?
Or would you be more awed and humbled,
hoping there you would find God's face?

I would say that when standing quiet,
looking up at the sun or moon,
there's a feeling of peaceful oneness
that I hope won't go away too soon.

Evoking bouts of awe and wonder
was probably what it was designed to do;
That is, besides giving off light and weather,
and the most spectacular view!


  1. This is so cool and I know what you mean about pics sometimes and it's hard to capture moments some times like this when they are so amazing in person.


    1. Thanks, Dale...and Yep! It's like trying to get someone to understand the feeling you get when ocean waves crash against the cliff...but in a picture...without sound. TOUGH!...and how do you take a picture of the feeling of 'awe'?! O_O Oh well...I guess I'll keep trying to put it in 'word' form! ^_^ Have a good day!


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