"I see the moon, the moon sees meThe moon sees somebody I want to seeGod bless the moon and God bless meAnd God bless the somebody I want to see".
First again. Poor Eddie, he's losing his touch. Ha!
I'm sure he's sound asleep!
I was indeed but awake now . . . nice one Keith . . haha . . . Hello Betsy . . :)
When you're as old as the moon, you need your sleep! I'm surprised Keith wasn't asleep, too!hahahahaha....
lol . . . . oh you are a cheeky girl . . . . . hahaha . . . :)
Betsy, cheeky. That's yet another $10 off your Christmas present!
Twice? Does that mean $20 off my present?
Mama just told me that her granddaddy used to say, "that kind of moon is holding water".Don't ask....lol!! I have no clue.
OK...I've never heard that one! haha....hmmm....what on earth does that mean?
Doesn't hold your water mean you have to pee? hahahaNobody has ever said the moon can hold its liquor, have they? :)
Lol!! I don't even know. Mama said that it meant wasn't going to rain, but with this storm coming we know that's not so.
hahaha....well, I hope that hurricane doesn't bother you too much! You've had enough water memories to last a while!
Isn't it? I love a crescent moon! I tried to get it Monday night and it disappeared behind thick clouds by the time I grabbed my camera! lol....
My Grandma used the same expression about "holding water." I always thought it meant the crescent part was like the edge of a bowl holding water. But when I looked it up I read that it can mean that something is impossible, because the moon has Swiss cheese holes so can't hold water.Either way... I love the expression and it brought back nice memories of my Grandma.
Interesting. Or maybe the crescent is like a ladle that can hold water? I don't know....lol...
Yes, that's what I meant about the bowl... but I like the ladle image better. :-)
Hi Betsy - I haven't seen ours for a few days ... but just love seeing it - now usually over the sea, and it shines in ... cheers Hilary
We've had days of rain and clouds so it was nice for us to see, too!
Smiling down at youThere at your zooMoon all aglowCreating a show
A silver sliverwarm with no shiverwindow open all nightwas a delight.
Lovely moon shot . . . do you live in "The Crescent" . . . hahaHappy studio working . . . my you are "studious" these days . . . busy with the sales and etsy I guess. . . Happy October to you as well . . . :)
The crook makes a nice seata swing that cannot be beatA good view of the starshigh above the earth afar
let's swing on the moon together . . . and gaze at the stars . . . don't forget your oxygen mask . . . hahaha
I need to find out what "it holds water" means first.When it becomes full, will it burst?
?? . . . Je ne comprend pas. . . lol
Eddie, I never knew that you couldn't speak French!
If someone comes up with a bad idea that as many holes in it as a colander and not practical of working out, they say that "it will never hold water!" (Silly Mother Country saying!).
We use that saying, too!
Lovely!!We are off to the cottage for the night...I will look out there tonight!Guess what we had for dinner last night?? if you say "Salmon"...you are correct! hahaha!enjoy your day Betsy!Cheers!Linda :o)
Ah...great cooking minds, aren't we? Have fun at the lake! I hope the moon smiles down on you!
That is just perfect!
It sure was beautiful! Finally a clear night to see it!
The foreground, Betsy, just makes your moon shot lovely indeed.
That's my magnolia tree! It was rising just above it!
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!