Once in a Blue Moon

Night’s like tonight happen just once in a Blue Moon! Sounds exciting doesn’t it! This New Year’s Eve is going to be extra special because we will be having a Blue Moon in tonight’s sky to help us ring in 2010!

So while you’re out celebrating tonight, look up at the night sky. A Blue Moon on New Years Eve won’t come around again until the year 2028!

The term “blue moon” generally refers to the second full moon in a month and occurs just once every 2.7 years. The last blue moon to shine on New Year’s Eve was 19 years ago, in 1990.

Although the color of the moon won’t truly be a blue color literally, but it will shine brightly and light up the night to add to the excitement!

5, 4, 3, 2, 1…Happy New Year!

“Here’s to the bright New Year
And a fond farewell to the old,
Here’s to the things that are yet to come
And to the memories that we hold.”

Lisa Marchant

About Lisa Marchant

I enjoy assisting people in finding their new home or investment property. I want to be their trusted advisor when it comes to learning more about the process of buying, selling and relocating to our area. It is my number one goal to provide exceptional service to everyone I work with. Having lived in Deaver and Cowley Wyoming since childhood I am very knowledgeable about the area and enjoy sharing that knowledge with those making Wyoming their new home. I am a full time real estate agent working for Johnson Home and Land. I joined the staff at Johnson Home and Land in March of 2003, beginning as the office secretary and personal assistant. I got my real estate license in February of 2005. I am a member of the Northwest Wyoming Board of REALTORS, Wyoming Association of REALTORS, the National Association of REALTORS, and locally a board member of the Lovell Chamber of Commerce.
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6 Responses to Once in a Blue Moon

  1. Sarah Johnson says:

    Can’t wait to see this tonight. Happy New Year!!!

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  2. jyld says:

    Thanks for the interesting info. Instead of watching the ball drop at midnight I’ll check out the blue moon around ten so I can go to sleep!

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  3. Joe Woutersz says:

    A really inspiring image. Thank you!

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  4. I went out to see the moon on New Years Eve, didn’t make it till midnight to watch the ball drop in NYC, but this was much better!

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  5. Sarah Johnson says:

    We made it until midnight….12:03 to be exact. I did notice how much brighter it seemed outside.

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  6. Wyoming Dreamer says:

    I love a full moon! I hope we are all still around to see the next blue moon in 2028.

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