It seems I haven’t seen the sun in a week; maybe because I haven’t. The sky cleared just enough last Sunday to view the Super Blood Moon Eclipse, but perhaps it wasn’t the best idea to read Lovecraft under such a sky – the rain continues to fall, the water continues to rise, and the weatherman predicts more over the next days.
Now, I tried taking pictures of said eclipse, but my iPhone doesn’t take great moon photos – shocking, I know.
So, what else happened this week?
Several of my history students presented projects centered on the Thirteen American Colonies; as part of that project, they cooked a meal and dipped candles:
Venison and Potato Stew with Greens and Spiced Cider
Beeswax Candles with Red Dye
Then, it was time to celebrate National Coffee Day:
You wouldn’t know to look at it, but this medium dark roast with two cream and two sugar was FREE!
The celebrations continued – despite the rain – with the First Day of October!
For Krystal: Chi Frappuccino
For Me: Salted Carmel Mocha Latte
Finally, here’s a random picture of stuff left in my pockets at the end of the day:
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