The dreaded winter cough has reared it’s head, I HATE IT. It will be here all winter now. So whilst I get on with the day to day and feeling sorry for myself here’s a little something to be going on with.
I could listen Louis all day
And no that’s not a Christmas song, it was wrote for Thanks Giving, yes I know I am early for that too.
HAPPY THANKS GIVING :D :D
Oh look Aww, I couldn’t eat these I would feel so guilt, they are just so sweet.
October’s moon is known as the Full Hunter’s moon or the Harvest moon, it is also called the Blood Moon, or Sanguine Moon. Native Americans named this bright moon for obvious reasons. As the leaves are falling from trees, the deer are fattened, and it’s time to start storing up meat for the long winter ahead. As the fields were traditionally reaped in late September or early October, hunters could easily see fox and other animals that come out to enjoy the fallen grains making hunting easier.
This is a good time to align yourself with nature and conducting magical rituals concerning animal issues, such as finding your personal animal guide, totem or relating to your birth totem.
October is also Go Sober for October month, in aid of McMillan Cancer support, so if you drink how about giving it up for just one month, get people to sponsor you and do something good. After all a month’s not long, and think about all that money you will save for Christmas, it’s a win win.
Yes I had gone but now I am back because I forgot to remind you about the eclipse, it won’t be seen everywhere but here’s a site to tell you where you will be able to see it. Then we have a solar eclipse on 23rd but that won’t be seen in the UK, but you other lucky people will be able to see it.