Where Do You Go After You’ve Been to the Moon?

This is such a wonderful, well written and timely post about the Moon. Timely because of the Super Moon on Sunday, the solstice and the Midsummer celebrations here in the Northern Europe during the weekend (and wherever it is celebrated).

Here is one way to celebrate during this approaching full Moon:
Festival of Goodwill http://orindaben.com/pages/home/festgoodwill/



In a comedy clay animation film A Grand Day Out, Wallace and Gromit, an inventor and his faithful dog, build a rocket in their basement and fly to the moon to sample some cheese (everyone knows that the moon is made of cheese…). What I adore about this timeless duo is their relationship. Gromit communicates only through facial expressions ad body language and does so ingeniously, like a pantomime artist. Wallace is a bachelor with delightful quirks, a pair of timeless slippers and a cozy waistcoat. They live in a tiny cozy bubble of their own world, building bizarre contraptions together and not needing the outside world to be blissfully happy together.  I think it was a brilliant idea on the part of the film creator to send the two of them to the moon because theirs is a perfectly lunar relationship. They understand each other without words, they…

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