Wow. So much stuff going on.
Were you lucky enough to see the five-times-in-a-century Super Moon/Red Moon/Lunar Eclipse last night?
So cool. We had some clouds moving in and out, but it was spectacular nonetheless. A little chilly, but as the munchkin and I lay out in the front yard marveling at nature, we decided it was well worth it. And not quite as cold as earlier this summer when we got up at 2 am to witness the Perseid meteor shower. Which had clouds interfering as well. Such is life.
Look what my dear, sweet, darling of a husband did for us yesterday!
He laid rocks all the way from the patio to the gate, in an effort to prevent the muddy mess that happens as soon as winter comes…and then goes…
And all of it done on a Sunday during football season. What a guy, eh?
More breaking news today.
Water on Mars. Who knew?
The only thing I see though is that damn Arnold Schwarz-en-whatever-his-name-is movie. Mars and lots of red, bleak landscape. And craziness. Not sure water on Mars is a good thing. But then, what do I know?
Stormy day today. Clouds and a little rain and lots of wind. It’s raining aspen leaves–my favorite type of precipitation. Well. Not really. I guess I’d have pick snow as my favorite precipitation. Much to the dear husband’s chagrin. But the munchkin and I adore our winter sports, so there you go.
And there’s Buck–the dog that just keeps on going. He is truly amazing.
Off to fix dinner. Trying to find something yummy. Roasted lemon brussels sprouts and asparagus. Grilled hamburgers. Grain-free, egg-free, dairy-free drop biscuits (which are to-die-for). Followed by Mexican Chocolate Whoopie Pies with Vanilla Bean Frosting (from http://www.paleoparents.com). YUM!
Blessings be this beautiful autumnal day.