The blue moon rises over the south Georgia landscape on this auspicious New Years Eve. There will not be another blue moon for 28 years, so now is the time to seize the moment and take it in.
As the clock strikes twelve, fireworks dot the dark landscape. In the distance, coyotes and dogs howl.
We welcome the new year, and with it an opportunity for improved health, connection with community, and a renewed sense of joy and wonder.