Blue Moon

Cue up the Elvis records! “Blue Moon…. You saw me standing alone, without a dream in my heart, without a love of my own.” In song and literature, blue moons have long symbolized lost love and melancholy. Elvis set the standard for lunar heartbreak in his 1956 pop hit “Blue Moon.” (NASA website)

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July and August was a fleeting moment and taking that as cue I have to mentally prepare myself for the flurry of activities that usually comes with the ‘ber’ months.

Nothing out of the ordinary happened to me during the Blue Moon and neither did I do anything out of the ordinary to mark the Blue Moon.

Maybe next time I should do something about that just for the spirit of adventure and doing something I would otherwise rarely do. Good thing that I have at least 2-3 years to think about what merits a Blue Moon celebration =)

More Blue Moon reads:

P.S.

There’s a Filipino romantic film entitled Blue Moon that showcases decent acting and plot =)

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{Note to self}

URGENT! blog posts to do:

*Nominations for One Lovely Blog Award (thank you Olivia of oliviarslama.wordpress.com) and Readers Appreciation Award (thank you Jules of julzh.wordpress.com)

Upcoming blog posts:

  • Ilocos Adventure [7,107 islands]
  • The Passing [uncategorized]
  • Movies [Watched and will]
  • Birthday Slip [Happyness]
  • Body Talk [(Don’t) Sweat it out]
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