Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Full Beaver Moon

I stood in the front yard before supper
and watched as the full Beaver Moon rose.

I planned to serve our savory pie at 6pm.


I have a hot cup of ginger tea and a moon bath planned for later.
November's full moon is also know as the full Frosty Moon.
It is not frosty tonight but I will need a blanket as I catch moon beams.
Happy Full Beaver Moon!

14 comments:

marmee said...

yummy looking pie and i adore the slippers from before. very inspiring.

ChrisND said...

Your full moon is great...too many clouds here. I can see why this would be the Frosty Moon!

PS: Sometimes these word verifications are a little funny "dingbot".

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Beautiful moon shot Sherry. It poured rain here all day yesterday (tuesday). I am not complaining as we needed the rain.

I enjoy it when you name the moons. It gives them such character.

Cheryl said...

Dear Sherry.....again I am smiling.....you never fail to lift me with your beautiful words....

We had a frost last night....the moon was magical......

and as for that pie.....I could be rude and ask for two servings but one will be fine thank you........it looks delicious......

Q said...

Dear Marmee,
My feet are all cozy in their wool slippers this morning! They are washable too!
I am thinking about next Tuesday's project. Not sure what it will be. I do want to make some silk slippers to do my Stumpwork on. I might get those started. I have a boiled wool sweater that has lovely crewel work on it. It is white and very pretty. I am thinking a hatband hat and matching bag would be nice for December wearing. I could do them too. I might have time for all three.
November is pie month at my house.
The savory pie was delicious and so easy to make!
I am thinking come January I will start a cooking journal. Since Wednesday is now "cook from a recipe" night I think having a cooking blog would be fun. (Normally I make my dishes up.)Each month I showcase a different sort of cooking at my house. Maybe a spot to share ideas would be inspiring for me and for others.
December is all about cookies!
I do think life is fun!
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Chris,
It is cold and frosty at your house I think!
We just began Indian Summer yesterday. I was walking when the wind shifted to the south. I could almost smell the gulf air!
It is to be lovely this afternoon. I hope to be outside.
When it is in the 60's in November I often see butterflies and bees!
As the Indians would say,
All my relations,
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Lisa,
Glad you received some rain. It really has been too dry for you this year. I am good on rain. We had a wet spring and summer. Autumn seems to be just fine too.
I was just talking about Indian Summer starting yesterday...the Full Moon names I use are from the American Indian tradition. I named the New Moons a few years ago!
(I was shocked the 12 Grandmother Moons were nameless.)
I hope you also have Indian Summer
I am dressing for my time outside today.
I am thinking Indian Princess in my mocs and beaded headband. I am gathering seeds and lovely spent pods for my potpourri bowl.
All my relations,
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
I thought of you as I faced east and watched the Moon rise last night. I think you are 6 hours ahead of me. As I bowed to Miss Moon I sent a blessing to you and your loved ones. I do hope November brings smiles to all of your family.
My savory pie was delightful. For some reason once food is made into a pie it tastes delicious.
This was as spinach, mushroom, onion pie with fresh garden sage, nutmeg and parmesan cheese.
I began working from a recipe but ended up only having the onion they called for. I closed my book and began creating!
It is a compliment to chef when seconds are asked for!
All my relations,
Sherry

Roses and Lilacs said...

That pie looks so good. I'm making a quiche tomorrow night. Yum.

What's a moon bath? It sounds interesting.
Marnie

Rose said...

That savory pie looks delicious, especially with such a beautiful crust, Sherry! I like your idea of cooking a new recipe one night a week--I might try that to liven up my menus!
Hope you didn't get too cold taking your moon bath:)

Chris said...

Happy Full Beaver Moon, Sherry :-)

Q said...

Dear Marnie,
Quiche is always yummy!
A moon bath is like sun bathing only easier on your skin! I think moon beams actually subtract sun damage and they always leave my face refreshed and glowing!
Try a moon bath...
in the summer I love a midnight moon bath!
Keeper of the Moon,
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Rose,
I had to wear a hat and wrap up in my blanket but I was able to have some Moon time!
I am needing to be more creative in the kitchen now that the vegetable garden is resting. Sometimes it is hard to get excited for supper since I fix it most every night.
Doing a recipe helps to jazz me up. I also think I will get a cook book every month either from the secondhand bookseller or the library. I study different cultures each month so it would be fun to learn how to cook with different spices.
So much to learn!
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Chris,
Happy Full Beaver Moon to you too!
I made a wish for you.
Hope all is going well.
Namaste,
Sherry