Supermoon

Read more on The Huffington Post Whether it is was the prospect of standing outside in the cold weather, cloud cover, or
"The supermoon makes you want to go out and appreciate the sky's beauty."
Got any plans for this weekend? You might want to get out the heavy-duty thermals and stand outside to catch a glimpse of
So the Oxford English Dictionary's 2016 Word of the Year has been announced. Where last year the word was actually a pictogram, the 'crying laughing face emoji', this year the word is a two-word phrase: Post-Truth.
My sixteen-year-old daughter G wasn't particularly fussed about the Supermoon. She was more concerned about the piles of homework yet to be done for the next day. But her father insisted that she walked up a little hill with us to look at the Supermoon.
That object up there which controls our tides and seasons, not our economy and election results, will be a proverbial stone's throw away from us.