I hope everyone has a wonderful week. Stay healthy, all.
Here's a repeat of my post at the end of last week's thread:
Hi, folks. I'm late in posting this, but for all of you who are still around tonight (4 July): HAPPY FULL MOON and LUNAR ECLIPSE!The moon turns full at:5:44 a.m. tomorrow morning (5 July) in U.K.12:44 a.m. tonight in Indiana11:44 a.m. tonight (July 4) in Iowa9:44 a.m. tonight (July 4) in California 2:14 p.m. on July 5 in Adelaide, AustraliaALSO: a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse is visible (July 4-5) in the U.S. and also in the U.K. Go to this link to find the times that the eclipse begins, reaches maximum, and ends in your area. Just insert your city in the search box in the right column to see your own local times. SEE HEREEveryone have a good evening!!!
Thanks DIANE for starting us off. Full moon here will be lurking behind clouds and misty rain.
ANNETTE – Chauffeur Friend has ongoing health problems, can’t social distance in a car, so no escapes for us. With her frequent trips out & about to medicos, I am not willing to meet even for coffee. It is too cold to sit on ends of a park bench with a takeaway.
Church was back to near normal this morn, 1½ m apart except for family groups, sanitizer available, still signing in for contact in case of an outbreak. Nightclubs in the city opened last night for drinking, but no dancing allowed. Young people queuing closely, dancing in street, not worried as they believe virus is gone! Just look at our neighbouring state which has now had to completely lock down several public housing towers after large numbers with virus yesterday and many more exposed to it.
He that knows little often repeats it. (old proverb)
The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has limits.
Admit nothing! Deny everything! Make counter-accusations! (Ginger Meggs cartoon)
Better silent than stupid. (German proverb)
Diane: Thank you and especially for the eclipse info. It's clear and I'm keeping an eye out!
AQ; Oh right. I remember now your friend was unwell; forgot it was winter down there though. Oh my. Those sayings/proverbs are tailor-made for Our Very Stable Genius.
In reply to Annette in SoCal:
ANNETTE: I see that I messed up. I should have inserted p.m. not a.m. after the Iowa and California full moon times. I hope you see the eclipse tonight.
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