Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

God bless the moon, God bless me, and God bless the ones I long to see.

Chris Rice wrote a song that uses the words in my subject line, but I think I've heard it other places. It's very true, I do miss friends I don't get to see much. I'm thankful for the ones I see regularly as well as those I don't.

How did this turn into a mushy post? Anyway, I have a possible mis-conception that I'm trying to clear up. I can't usually see the moon unless I'm away from city light and then I see it by reflecting the light with a mirror. I always thought that the moon was always present in the sky and you could see it when it was dark (after sunset, before sunrise). But I was looking at
Weather Underground
and I noticed that the moon rises at 11 in the morning and sets at 3ish in the morning. Does that mean that there is no moon visible for a few hours before the sun rises? I'm curious to know how this works.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Time for coffe/breakfast and class.


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