Monday, January 4, 2010

Celebrating the Blue Moon!

Well things are finally slowing down and, as much as I hate to admit it, I am glad 2009 is now in the past. :) My girlfriend and I had a wonderful celebration of the Blue Moon New Year's eve. Here are a few pictures from that evening. After our "celebration" we ended the evening with a decadent meal with the rest of her family. The meal consisted of lobster tail, shrimp, both dipped in melted butter, salad, rice pilaf, french bread, cinnamon bread pudding and bundt cake. Oh yes and champagne with strawberries in the champagne!

Getting ready...

Lights out...

The highlight was something new we tried. We gathered rain water in little bottles that evening, included them in ritual and charged them overnight under the Full Moon. Now we have beautiful, blessed, rainwater charged under the Blue Moon. :) That evening, I took a bath with a few drops of the blessed water also. It certainly was a special evening. WHY I didn't take a picture of the food is beyond me. I think I was overcome with excitement seeing all the food, all other thoughts went out the door! Lol!
Hope you all had a wonderful weekend!


  1. sounds like you had a wonderful time... love the idea of the charged rain water.... such a special thing....

  2. Now I am hungry after reading about all that food!

    Glad you had a wonderful time!


  3. There are so many elements of your Altar that I find intriguing, looking like they have been handed down through the ages.

    And I LOVE that you thought to collect rain water and have it purified and Blessed by the light of the Blue Moon! How VERY special that water is now!!

    Thank you for sharing your special evening with us!

  4. Oooooh...great altar!

    Love the rainwater blessing!

    The celebration sounds yummy! Glad you had such a nice new years! A good start to the year!


  5. Sounds like you had a wonderful night! The altar is lovely, and the food sounds sooooooo good! Happy New Year!

  6. What a beautiful altar!
    And oh, what a meal that must've been! Decadent indeed! :)

    Blessed 2010!