Today is mid-autumn festival and we’re having dinner at my MIL’s. Seriously, I didn’t steal this picture from last year and post it here. This is the same kind of food they eat on this holiday (and any other Chinese Holiday).


This year’s mid-autumn is a special one as not only we get to witness the rare super blood moon, but also the lunar eclipse all happening the same time. The moon is supposed to be 14% to the earth and 30% brighter. We’ve been waiting all day to see it. Too bad the weather didn’t cooperate, and the clouds interfered with the viewing. We will have to wait 2033 to across this glorious sight again. Hopefully, the clouds would stay away at the time.