Alas, the solar eclipse was neither total nor partial for this Minnesota family. We had clouds, clouds and more clouds, with just one or teensy random peeks at the pac-man-like appearance of the sun.
We were giddy regardless, as evidenced by this Facebook video:
…because a solar eclipse is a fun and familial event!
The more I read about the eclipse online, and the more pictures I saw of how cool it had been…
The more I began to succumb to FOMO, which I addressed in this video the very next day.
Also? You may wonder about my transformation from Chia-Pet hair in Video 1 to smooth & sleek in Video 2. Let’s just say that a little product goes a very long way in my case, and I love love LOVE my hairdresser.
I just wish she lived with me.
How about you? Were you able to see the solar eclipse in all its grandeur or did you, unlike me, not really care at all? My friend Erin not only cared; she and her family drove 13 hours round trip and became storm chasers only in reverse! Her tale of the total eclipse is wonderful, and is almost as good as having been there myself. 😉