July – Thunder Moon

Hey, everyone. Welcome to the seventh in a series of posts about the names of full moons. If you missed the other posts of the series, you can click the following links. The Wolf Moon (January)The Snow Moon (February)The Worm Moon (March)The Pink Moon (April) The Flower Moon (May)The Strawberry Moon (June) A full moon … Continue reading July – Thunder Moon

June – The Strawberry Moon

Hey, everyone! Welcome to another in my series of full moon posts, recognizing the names of full moons given by Native Americans. This month's name is a favorite of mine because not only do I love summer, strawberries are absolutely my favorite fruit. A Full Strawberry Moon If you missed the other posts, you can … Continue reading June – The Strawberry Moon

May – The Flower Moon

Hi, everyone! Can you believe we're already into the fifth month of 2021? Summer is almost upon us. Wasn't it just yesterday I wrote about Snowmageddon? February's full moon was aptly named this year, but I think most Texans will agree we'd rather not see a repeat of that much cold and snow. Speaking of … Continue reading May – The Flower Moon

April – The Pink Moon

Hey, everyone! I hope you've enjoyed my monthly series about the full moons. So far, we've covered The Wolf Moon (January), The Snow Moon (February), and the Worm Moon (March). Now it's time for the fourth moon in our calendar year. The April full moon is often referred to as the Pink Moon. This came … Continue reading April – The Pink Moon

March – The Worm Moon

Hey, everyone. Welcome to the third in a series of monthly posts about folklore and facts about the full moons. If you missed the first two, you can read about the Wolf Moon (January) and the Snow Moon (February) by clicking on the links. And now for the month of March. The Worm Moon is … Continue reading March – The Worm Moon

February – The Snow Moon

Hey everyone! Welcome back to the second of my monthly moon phases series. As I said last time, February is the shortest month of the year, but moon-wise it has a unique distinction apart from all others. But first, let’s learn a bit more about the reasons behind the name. Native Americans commonly called the … Continue reading February – The Snow Moon

January – The Wolf Moon

Hey, everyone. Hope the first part of this new year have been good for you. It’s no secret that I have a fascination with full moons. I think it runs in the family. My brother once hiked through Grand Canyon by the light of a full August moon. Also, the original concept for my upcoming … Continue reading January – The Wolf Moon

Lone Wolf ~ Fiction in a flash challenge by @pursoot #IARTG #ASMSG #WritingCommunity

Hey, everyone! Can I say that I'm loving Soooz Burke's weekly photo prompts? They have inspired me to begin several short stories that were in the back of my mind for months (some even years). This week's prompt spoke to me immediately. Within minutes of seeing it, a new story sprang to mind. If you … Continue reading Lone Wolf ~ Fiction in a flash challenge by @pursoot #IARTG #ASMSG #WritingCommunity