Half Moon? What!? Why?
So many others do bimonthly newsletters on the Full and New Moon. They always get the attention. They always get the fandom. They always get the importance. The Half Moon, also called quarter moon, but when you look at it with your actual eyeballs it isn’t quarter, its half! (it’s a celestial pet peeve of mine) Half Dark. Half Light. And each switching sides every time. One time growing in light, the other time growing in dark. It isn’t the pause between the inhale and the exhale, it *is* the inhale and the exhale. It is the middle road.
In northern winters, water is everywhere. We literally walk through it. We drive through it and move it out of our way. Our world becomes water.
Under their blanket of snow, the worms, beetles, salamanders, microbes, and bacteria are busy slowly turning what used to be plants into food for plants.
Future Learning Opportunities
Where to find it all?
The Mini Microgreen Market of course, running all winter!
Thursdays from 12-1pm at the Libby Chamber of Commerce
*come inside where it's warm & toasty while the micros are chill in their mini cooler*
The Sweetheart Market
February 11th from 10-6pm
at the Ponderosa Room in Libby
I'm Farmer Megan with a life full of cackles, clucks, quacks, weeds, crazy kitten, and one tiny, senior, blind dog.