Sunday, May 20, 2012

Here's Krissy last Thursday.  We spent most of the afternoon together.  

Sunday, May 20, 2012 - Krissy had a lot of pictures to show me.  She and a bunch of other friends and relatives (Karen, Derek and Bryar) went down to Florida to Kelly's wedding.  Looked like fun!

She also had photos of her spruced up living room.  It is awesome.  She has such good taste.  Plus, tons of pictures of Milo.  His 8th birthday was last Friday.

We went to the special dog store in Geneva and she bought him a doggie cake.  It was so cute.  Plus, a bunch of chewy stuff.  After being around Biskit and Abby, I felt right at home in the dog store.

Okay, I need some water.  And I only have two more gutters to get cleaned out....and I'm NOT doing them today.  They're the east side and the north side of the high part of the house.  But I can do it.  see ya on the ground, djb

Sunday, May 06, 2012

Here's a picture of the Super Moon that I took last night outside on Imperial Drive in 32707

Sunday, Seis de Mayo, 2012 - The Day after Cinco de Mayo and the morning after the Super Moon was super.

All day long, we anticipated seeing the Super Moon.  It was really super.  I only wish I had my Canon telephoto lens with me so I could get an image of the man in the moon.  I have one somewhere on my computer at home.

This was really fun because all of the Bergs' neighbors were outside also taking pictures and looking at the moon.  It had been a very hot day (highest temp was 96 degrees), so it felt good when it got down to 90.  All righty, see ya later, djb

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 - Time to change the calendar.  haha!!  I'm putting the full moon information in today because I don't want to forget to do it.  Some calendars are saying that the moon is full on May 6th but we know that's not true.  see ya later, djb

May 5, 2012, 11:35 p.m. EDT -- Full Flower Moon. Flowers are abundant everywhere at this time. May's full moon was also known as the Full Corn Planting Moon or the Milk Moon. The moon will also be at perigee just 25 minutes after turning full, at 12:00 a.m. EDT on May 6, at a distance of 221,801 miles (356,955 kilometers) from Earth. Very high ocean tides can be expected from the coincidence of perigee with the full moon.

NOTE:  This moon will appear to be larger than usual becaue of the closeness to the earth.  Plus, it's right at the end of Cinco de Mayo.