…I end up staying up all night writing a book!
(Well, in fairness, that’s happened four times for me within the last twelve months, and may happen again at least once more before the end of this calendar year, too!)
I don’t have much to say today, unfortunately, but I do have something to advise: go out and look at the moon–or, if you don’t feel like going outside, put a chair in front of your favorite window and have a look at the moon.
Whether you see a goddess (Diana/Artemis, Hekate, Selene, Persephone, or any number of other possibilities), a rabbit, Antinous, or just a big lump of spherical rock that Neil Armstrong set foot upon 43 years ago, enjoy the beautiful sight and majesty of our closest celestial neighbor tonight!
And, while it’s not “lunar” as such, Sannion’s latest poem on Dionysos is wonderful, and you should read it, too!