Fall Waxing Autumn Moon
A warm fall night, a clear sky, a half moon high above it all. The moon roof open on the Celica. October in Minnesota. A changeable month.
The Sierra Club set its legislative priorities tonight, though with this particular legislature a good deal, most, of our work will be defensive in nature.
Today saw final touches on my tour of ancient art for a group of Somali teens. I did not know that Somalia was, most likely, the ancient land of Punt. It covers the Horn of Africa like a cap, hugging the coastline north and south while extending in toward the interior. Piracy is not a new activity here in this country positioned close to major shipping lanes for centuries.
Did some editing on Spiritual Resources for Humanists, or With No God, and found it could use some rewriting. I’ll get to that Friday or Saturday.