Last night, in Africa, we spent about two hours looking up to the heavens. The African sky on this winter’s night was clear as it put on a show for us. No, we didn’t sit outside in the cold but we did come out often to see the moon disappear slowly.
Yesterday, Friday, July 27, 2018, I watched the lunar eclipse. I was amazed. At the end, I did see that it was, indeed, a blood moon.
I understand that this isn’t a travel post. It is not a food or golf post, too. But, if you didn’t live in Africa, it’s almost like a travel post, so please humor me. 🙂 Thank you!
I'm a Philippine island girl in Africa, a Filipino-South African.
A mad banana woman that I am, I live "la vida loca". The banana part isn’t only because I'm Anna (Banana) but because an old boyfriend had observed that although Asian (yellow on the outside) I'm very much Caucasian in my way of thinking (white in the inside) and my actions, too. It's a rather accurate observation. I am that liberal-thinking and modern-acting Filipino... I remain my tragic-comedic self with a day job in slightly more serious field of Finance, Business Operations and Corporate Affairs.
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