There is a scientific explanation of why tonight’s full moon is called The Pink Moon. It’s named for a flower called a pink.

It is also a Super Moon, which means ‘Biggest.’ Rhinos have always know the moon could change size, and now it turns out We were right. (If We weren’t, We wouldn’t have mentioned it.)

The pink flower is a Phlox. Yes, pink, but not too tasty.

4 thoughts on “Roseation

  1. Interesting, in that phlox are most often purple and they are certainly not April flowers in this part of the earth. That being said, rain, rain, go away so we can see our pink super moon tomorrow night, along with accompanying stars, Spica and Arcturus. Yeah us!.

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