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“After all, hope is a form of planning. If our hopes weren’t already real within us, we couldn’t even hope them.”Gloria Steinem

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

June moon is waxing



                               Hello June, hello moon!   and once again it's spider lily blooming time!

 The June moon is waxing. she peeks in  to the sky light over our dinner table and winks at me, being a moonchild , i wink back.  

i am a month out after bilateral cataract surgery and almost ready for the eye check for new glasses. with the cataracts gone i see colors blindly bright and what i thought was orange is some situations turns out to be a more magenta pink! who knew?? one eye is sharp seeing and the other is a bit fuzzy when i look out at some thing like green leaves on a tree in the blazing sun.  then there is the astigmatism to deal with. I have put off this elective procedure  for some long decade
and now it is over!  

soon the moon will shine in her full brightness and my kitties will no doubt dance by the light of the moon.
stay well, sonja

1 comment:

Nancy said...

I had the same experience with colors after cataract surgery! Since your post is about the moon- notice how brilliant the full moon looks now. When one eye was done and waiting for the other eye to be taken care of, I covered the "good" eye and looked at the full yellowish moon; then uncovered just the "good" eye and saw the lovely white moon. Quite a change.