Thursday, December 24, 2015

Full Moon On Christmas

                 Enjoy the full moon on Christmas this year, a phenomenon that hasn’t occurred since 1977, in the first half of the Carter presidency. It will be full in the early morning hours of December 25, according to a NASA spokesman, affording Santa and his reindeer an excellent view of all of the homes of good little boys and girls around the world. Another Christmas full moon will not arrive until 2034, at which time Santa’s sleigh will likely be propelled by artificially intelligent, GPS guided, robotic reindeer.
                This December full moon is called the “Full Cold Moon,” according to the Farmer’s Almanac.
                Here’s hoping that it finds you- and yours- full of warmth… and blessings.

                Merry Christmas.

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