Is anyone else out there all excited about the 'Christmas Star' we will get to see tonight? Dec 21st is the darkest (darkest because it's the longest) night of the year.
I'm not well versed in astronomy, although I do love dark nights and stargazing.... Saturn and Jupiter (the two biggest planets) are going to be the visibly closest together they've been in over 800 years.
Praying for clear skies tonight to see this beauty. NASA recommends looking towards the low southwest about an hour after sunset. For those of us in north Texas, sunset happens at 5:23pm today..... so head on outside around 6:20pm CST and take a look!
(I'm attaching a link that offers a live stream of the event courtesy of the Lowell Observatory. It starts at 6pm CST if it's hard to see the night sky wherever you are: https://astronomy.com/.../jupiter-and-saturn-will-form...
xoxo ~ liz
(Why am I grateful to Young Living, and how does this play a part in viewing the star tonight? 🧐 I've spent the majority of my life behind a pharmacy counter unable to participate in small... but big things... like this. God and YL have given me the second half of my life to participate instead of being sidelined by employee duty. 🙌)
Hey there....thanks for stopping by! This is me (Liz James)... an eclectic mixture of holistic (and organic) farmgirl meets pharmacist. It's a synergy that works well as I speak truths and dissect fact from fiction. If you're looking for healthier living options, you've come to the right place!