Saturday, 19 March 2011

Super Moon Night

It's super moon night! Are you going to view. Well it should be at its best the time I usually take the dog for his walk so I shall get dressed today (usually have a pajama day because I worked a night shift last night) and take the dog myself  so I can view the sky. Shall take my camera and see if I can get a decent picture.

Well no picture of the moon, it was too cloudy and when it did emerge from the clouds I was rather disappointed. It looked no different to normal.  


  1. I didn't know about this so I shall pop outside and have a look.

  2. Yep, I took a peek outside and it looked just the same to me. Mind you it was very low in the sky - more like a setting sun.
    I have just popped over from Dohie's blog.
    I was brought up eating Yorkshire pudding alongside my roast beef. I blame my Mother.
    My sister-in-law, from Bridlington has it as a 'starter', probably with gravy, but she never said.
    I have heard of people who have it as a Pud.
    With jam!
    Who is correct? Or are they all right in their own way? :)

  3. Hi Bernard, I'd say they are all right in their own way. We have them with a roast. My grandparents always had them for a starter with gravy. A thing from war times, you were supposed to fill up on yokshire pudding so you did not eat too much meat and veg. My youngest daughter loves any leftover yorkshires with jam on.
    Thanks for calling by, Karen