Friday, September 4, 2009


Well it seems that the full moon hike for tonight is canceled because the workshop leader injured herself and cannot walk! While I am of course sorry to hear that she injured herself, I really was not looking forward to driving out there on Santiago Canyon Rd., where the motorcyclists and hotrodders scare me. Generally when I drive there, there are lines of impatient drivers behind me, with really pissed off looks on their faces because I am going the speed limit or a bit below.
I do not like driving there, and since driving at night is hard for me (I don't see well at night, or not as well as I could), I am relieved that I will not be driving that road tonight. However, I will spend some time outside, looking at the moon, perhaps on my way home from synagogue.


Lou said...

Oh shoot. That cancellation must have disappointed lots of people. The moon was certainly bright.

Robbi said...

As it turns out, I did not go to synagogue because a friend invited us to dinner on the spur of the moment. I was raring to go, but knew I had to wait till R. got home to ask him, and I couldn't hope for much; he isn't a fan of socializing with others. Sure enough, he was beat, and that wasn't his idea of a relaxing evening. By then, it was too late to go to synagogue. So I stayed home and watched tv. No moon for me.