Last Monday night moonbeams from the full moon lit up our little mountain top. The sky was dark, but the snow on the ground glistened.
I guess that’s why the Native Americans named it The Snow Moon. Read more about Native American full moon names here.
Edie Melson snapped another full moon picture and added a quote. She’s very generously allowed me to share here on One Word Wednesday.
Isn’t that a wonderful quote from Sandburg?
I wasn’t lonesome, but I did quote a poem I learned as a wee little girl, I See the Moon.
I see the moon, the moon sees me,
God bless the moon and God bless me:
There’s grace in the cottage and grace in the hall;
And the grace of God is over us all.
According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the next full moon – called the Full Worm Moon or Lenten Moon – will be March 27th.
Don’t miss the opportunity to go out and chat with our friend the moon.
Odd that I saw the same moon and celebrated the same feelings. Wonder and awe and just plain delight in such beauty. JanieCarver2011 (and thanks for following JanieCarver2011 at wordpress)