Yesterday was a long day of wonderful fellowship with a brutal drive up the coast and back. When I finally got home at 7.30PM I was beat and was asleep by 8. Six hours later at 2am, I wake up refreshed, but on the wrong side of the day. However, I got up anyways to have a cup of decaf and review the happy day just passed.
It's full moon today, and in looking for it in the usual place found it barely above the southern horizon at about 192 degrees south. Which was and is, shocking. I've seen low full moons in the past, but never this low or already leaving the sky, as this obviously was.
I thought I had time to take the picture, another 3 hours for the usual full moon set and sunrise as it always usually does. Not today. It set at 3.30AM, at about 192 degrees southerly. Which is nearly dead south and four hours too early. Wow.
In trying to get a pic, I waited about 20 minutes or so and when I went to get my proof the last sliver was just leaving the horizon. Wow.
It was too late.
Anyways, I'm sure every moon watcher this morning asked the question, "where is the moon?"
Now you know.
PS If it weren't for being blasted out tired from the happy day in spirit, I would not have been awake to catch this. All things work toward His Purposes.