Skywatch Friday – Snow Moon


Here’s is the almost Snow Moon from my back yard. I usually take it in the front yard but our neighbors across the street had some sort of ruckus going on that sounded like I needed to avoid. I think it is pretty much the same as the front yard offered at a lot lower sound level.

I went on a walk in a city park here. I love the trees against the blue sky.

More blue sky! We are supposed to have storms tomorrow (Thursday) and cold weather so be thinking about us.

Not my Photo!!

And I finished another online jigsaw puzzle. I’m loving this relaxation induced anxiety. All this stuff in Canada, and the Ukraine, and life in general, just rolls away while working jigsaw puzzles. Actually, the concerns don’t go away, I just escape having to worry about them for a while.

I hope everybody is having a good week. I’m linking with Skywatch Friday. Please join in!!

22 thoughts on “Skywatch Friday – Snow Moon

  1. tomthebackroadstraveller

    …we had snow for the Snow Moon! Thanks for hosting the party, take care and stay well.

  2. David M. Gascoigne

    Glad you were able to escape the hullabaloo created by your neighbours, who apparently don’t understand that part of being a neighbour entails respect for others. Great shot of the moon!

  3. Alana

    What a wonderful moon shot. Hope you weathered the storm OK. I saw pictures on the Weather Channel taken during the storm in Wichita and hoped you weren’t getting it as bad- we are supposed to have a bad snow squall later today but right now the sun is shining!

  4. klara

    gorgeous moon shot! so well said, I can relate: the concerns don’t go away, I just escape having to worry about them for a while. have a great weekend.

  5. sallie rainville

    Thanks for the lovely moon shot! I tried to get one last night (Thursday) but it didn’t turn out well — I wonder what the February moon is called here in Florida (snow moon totally does not fit). Bill loves jigsaw puzzles for the same reasons you do — I am more of a word puzzle person, but also for the same reasons.

  6. Angie

    Fabulous moon shot, Alan! I love jigsaw puzzles, but I just find so many other things to do, they tend to gather dust. I have been “working on” one since Christmas! Ha!

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