The Moon Last Night 5.25.2021



Sometimes at night I like to sit in my backyard and look up. I took this picture of the moon last night.

I have been looking after some seedlings of some Swiss Chard plants and I put them on top of an old dog house. I used to take care of my nephew's dog so many years ago. Now my cat likes to sleep on top the dog house that I and my mom helped to build many years ago. It is a flat top dog house.

Well, anyway I put the six plants that I have of Swiss Chard on top of the dog house and I noticed how bright the moonlight is at night. So the moonlight was shining upon the small Swiss Chard plants.

You see the sun has light that is warmer in its light than in its shade and the moon has light that is cooler in its light than in its shade. That sounds like a perfect opposite.

My grandmother would like to plant her plants during a full moon. I heard a lot of people like to plant at a full moon. Well, maybe that cool light that is cooler in its light than in its shade helps out the newly planted plants.

My late grandmother would always have a large garden. Well, isn't that the way to go as she would always have something to eat. I remember some of my cousins would stop by at grandma's and ask, grandma do you have something for us to eat?

She would always come up with a meal for them, even though they would show up unannounced. I liked that grandma would always have food for people and I really do miss her cooking.

Now as I think about it, I like how my mom cooks and one of these days, I may be saying how I miss my mom's cooking. Well, God willing that will be some time from now.

Did you know that the sun, moon and stars were to measure time? As it is written, And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years: Genesis 1:14.

Let's end with a scripture, as it is written, And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: the stars also. Genesis 1:16.

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Image is mine, taken with my Moto G.