Beltane Waning Last Frost Moon Weeding, thinning in the vegetable beds. A soothing practice, sprucing up the rows of beets, carrots, spinach and taking young weeds out now, before they get big. When I first went outside this morning, in … Continue reading
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Beltane Full Last Frost Moon The meeting last night. The note written late last night did not do this meeting justice. The guest, Jay, told stories of his father, a Metropolitan Life Insurance Executive who hated his job, kept … Continue reading
Spring Full Bee Hiving Moon Men. Emotions surprise us, batter us into consciousness, wake us up. Hello, grasshopper, you are about to be A GRANDFATHER. Huh? How did that happen? Of course, you know exactly how it happened, but it … Continue reading
Spring Waxing Bee Hiving Moon On the way back from the Red Stag, the Woolly Monday night meeting, the moon hung in the western sky, a thin crescent, a slice, almost too faint to see, a shy moon against a … Continue reading