Devil's Night Moon Over Tucson & Finally Finished Moving

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I took this photo last night, around sunset, of the moon on Devil's Night here in Tucson.

A crescent moon in a colorful cloudy sky with the silhouette of a tree in the foreground.
Devil's Night Moon Over Tucson. October 30, 2022.

In anticipation of Halloween, Tae and I got some tasty, tasty candy just in case there are any trick-or-treaters, and we've been taste-testing it just to make sure it isn't poisoned. So far, so good.

I'm finally finished moving and have some unpacking to do, but that's down to the easy part. It's always the little things that take so much time, and that's true of any project. The last bit of work seems to require the most effort—just like writing.

What's New?

  • I have a minor update about the Fauna of Mirrors I wrote about in Mirrors: Superstition, Mythology, Psychology, & Sanity that I might have ready for next week.
  • I've acquired a few old titles while writing newsletters, some of which are funky. So, I'm experimenting with removing that old book smell. I don't mean the good one; I mean the one that reeks of neglect. If I can come up with a method that works, I'll post it.
  • Next Week: A strange creature lurks in the swamps of a wildlife refuge in Delaware.