|Cutting labels from a miniblind.|
|First flat done!|
It's finally cooled off some; still above normal but the weathermen have issued a "freeze warning" for tonight. I just came in from throwing a cover on my poor silly tulips and daffodils that thought spring was here, and I wish all of you could see what I saw. If I had a tripod for my camera, I would try to capture it. The golden, crescent moon is laying just above the western horizon, pale company for brilliant Venus and shining Jupiter. The air is gentle, still carrying the warmth of the day, and the sky is deeply dark and black, lit with a stunning array of stars. Orion is standing tall, guarding the southwest sky and already much higher over the horizon than he was in January. The whole night is alive with heavenly light, and one can only stand and gaze in wonder at what the Creator has wrought. I feel bad for those who live in cities, blinded by man-made light and unable to see the glory overhead, and I know I'm blessed to have my peaceful spot, where I can relax on my patio swing with an unobstructed view of God's handiwork.
Until next time, God bless you and take care, my friends.