Last night there was a Perigee Moon - the biggest in almost 20 years - and today it's the Vernal - or, Spring - Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. Well, today is the "official" date given, though the actual Equinox may just be occuring around the date, because it does that sometimes. If you don't know, the Equinox is the time when days and nights are equal length. One occurs in Spring, the other in Autumn/Fall.
I had intended getting Kelly help me take a photo of the moon last night, but I was home a lot later than planned, and by the time I got home I was too tired to be thinking about much. I more or less just had some supper and went to bed. I only remembered I hadn't had the photo done when I got up this morning, and since I had the longest sleep I've had in absolutely ages (I slept for almost 10 hours) the sun was definately up by the time I was getting up, so it was too late. Mind you, with sunset being the best time to try for the photo, I was too late getting home anyway, and I couldn't have called him and asked him to take the photo, because the camera was with me, since I'd been using it at Emma-Jane's party.