My husband told me today that there was an earthquake in Los Angeles this morning and one in Chile yesterday. That made me think that it is probably about time for a full moon, and sure enough, there it is. March's Full Worm Moon that arrived last night. It is believed that the full moon does affect our weather.
Christian settlers also called this the Lenten Moon and considered it the last moon of winter.
We've certainly had some back and forth weather over the past week. It all started with the major dust storm that swept through last Wednesday just at the end of the school day. Since then we've had gloom and gray, wind and rain, big puffy clouds and blue, blue skies.
The birds are much more active when the weather is changing. This one caught my attention because of it's beautiful sing-song. I think it is a mynah which is a member of the starling family.
I got quite a nice surprise yesterday when this green plant I bought months ago all of a sudden had these pretty little blooms. I didn't know it was supposed to do that.
Not sure what it is but the bees and the butterflies are loving it.
And there's Jingles. She can't wait for us to get home every day so she can run outside. Tonight she came darting back in with something in tow. I couldn't figure out what it was but since she was looking up, I figured it had to be something that could fly. Sure enough, I just found a huge moth in the bathroom. It's now been released back into the world.
Hope all is well where you are and that you are having a wonderful day!