March 16 is another full moon, and I love the tradition of naming full moons — so interesting because the names vary by culture, region, etc.
The above image testifies to the American Indian tradition of naming full moons, while the Farmer’s Almanac calls this March moon the Worm Moon.
Yes, those little earthworms are making themselves known again, and we should see more birds hopping about looking for a bite.
You can learn more about this full moon and its many names here.
Speaking of moons, this may be a good time to book a reading with me and my Deviant Moon deck! Or I am happy to look at what the tea leaves might have to say. I hope to hear from you soon …
Happy moons to all!
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