In North America the Long Night’s Moon rose in the east around sunset on December 5th shinning bright from dusk until dawn on the 6th. Full moon happened just before sunrise December the 6th.

Long Cold Moon Dec 5 2014 (1)










This is the last full moon before the winter solstice and is called Long Cold Moon or Full Cold Moon because it occurs when nights are longest and days short.

Long Cold Moon Dec 5 2014 (2)








Meanwhile… way down low along the root line of a Great Oak tree the Home Place Fairies slumber snug and cozy two beside two, far below where the frost fingers glow.