Posted by: Barbara Evanhoe | September 23, 2010

Autumnal Equinox

Clouds shroud the mountains in New Mexico, as rain pours down this autumnal equinox evening.

We will not be gifted with a view of the moon, which will be in its full finery tomorrow morning ~ making the “full moon” tonight.

The fall equinox is a time to contemplate and take joy in the harvest, whether it be the fruits of your labor gathered from your garden, or steps taken to improve your lot in life.

On this night, Keith and I will celebrate our good fortune, and send our loving thoughts out to friends and family, with wishes that you, too, find your harvest has been bountiful this year.

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