Greetings friends and fans. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your earnest doggie reporter
Chester L. W. Spaniel.
Today was the Vernal Eqiunox. That means the day and night are of equal length. In the Northern Hemisphere the weather will generally start getting warmer now. We actually did have a nice sunny day for a change, with temperatures in the 50s. The only flowers we have so far are the puppy willows. I did some running on the flattened grass littered with old leaves and sticks.
However, we're not getting too excited yet. The weatherman says we're getting snow this weekend. Blah! Yes, even I am getting tired of snow!
Oh, and tonight a super moon will be coming up. That means the full moon is at it's closest distance from Earth and may appear a bit larger than usual. (I'm hoping it won't cloud up again so I can have a nice conversation with my dearest Princess Leah.)
We had a nice sunset.
Oh, here it is! Happy Super Moon Spring!
Below is a scholarly treatise on the Vernal Equinox and the Super Moon