31 December 2009

Blue Moon New Year's Eve

It's a Blue Moon tonight, and also New Year's Eve. I plan to howl a few tunes, paw my New Year's resolutions, and drink some of the bubbly (if I can sneak it away from my human, K!). I may even wander over to the bulls across the street and see what crazy things they have going on. Those bulls can get pretty rambunctious! I am excited for 2010 but some recent events in the animal world has given me pause. For instance, I heard that there has been a mysterious worldwide change in the song of the Blue Whales. And according to the Siberian Yupik Shaman Council "the Blue Whale ‘Guardians of our Earth’ are now singing the “Song of Death” as an ‘announcement’ to all human beings to prepare for the ending of all things.” Yipes! That makes my fur stand on end! And then we have the case of the mysterious disappearing Sea Lions from Pier 39 in San Francisco. Where are they? I was in San Francisco last year for Christmas, do you think they just miss me and want to find me? And what's up with a "Blue" Moon and "Blue" Whales? Is there a "blue" connection? What do the sea creatures know that us furry four-legged’s don't? If they are privy to some important information I wish they would send it my way. I mean, should I be howling a song of doom and then disappear? K has been trying to calm me by explaining that “every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end," so I have nothing to fear since new beginnings bring an infinity of wondrous possibilities. That made my tail wag! So, here’s to 2010! A New Year ushering in infinite amounts of beauty, love, peace, and kindheartedness for all the World to share! And an end, once and for all, to wars and greed. As the immortal John Lennon sang, “…a happy New Year, Let's hope it's a good one, Without any fear. War is over, If you want it…” Well I want it so no more wars forever! Suka has spoken! Suka has said, so it shall be! I’m just sayin’…


Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

All of us here in Pawsylvania wish our special pals a great Blue Moon and New Years!

I'm khurrently out under my tree in MY SNOW!

I'll be listening fur woo!

Let's make 2010 FURRY special!

Khyra, Khousin Merdie, and Khyra's Mom
PeeEssWoo: My words is a good one: BEAVERSE (look to the SE fur your own BEAVER)

Huffle Mawson said...

I wish you and K and everyone there a wonderful new year Suka, and a marvellous 2010.

p.s. I did not know about the sea lions, mum and dad saw them in 2008.

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

What a wonderful way to end the year...by making a new friend! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love your post and can tell we have many ideas and beliefs in common...I look forward to getting to know you better in the coming year. Please visit me again soon. We hope you and your family have a new year full of hope, happiness, adventure, and love! (And that we still have time to alter the Song of Doom into one of Joyful Awakening)

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

P.S. "Siku" means "ice" in Eskimo language (Athapascan)

Ms. ~K said...

I heard about the sea lions too!
Very disturbing!
I'll be listening for your howl tonight!

Selba said...

Wow.... you got blue moon over there! Must be really awesome!

Happy New Year to you and your humans, Suka!

Adele, Vincent & Bella

Cyber-sibes said...

Happy New Year, Suka! Here's to 2010!

I'm going to have to go check out the Blue Whales' messages, sounds like something we should pay attention to.... did woo know they can get to be 100 yrs old?!? That's a lot of wisdom!

a-roos to yous,
jack a-roo

Cocorue said...

Happy New Year Suka & family

we looove how creative your mumster is and we enjoy reading and listening to the songs.....

and we're looking forward to more

Parsley said...

Happy New Year Suka. Our blue moon was just so pretty!

Anya said...

Happy New Year
or in Dutch we say
Gelukkig Nieuwjaar :-)

Kareltje =^.^=
Anya :-)

bbes tribe said...

Happy New Year Suka. Thanks for visiting us and for the great post. Very interesting & some stuff we didn't know. Chica was supposed to be temporary but the humans decided to keep her. Don't think they are the fostering kind. They are supposed to get another one soon. Not sure about that.
Ernie, Sasha, & now Chica

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

Hi Suka,
Not only do I have cold but now dad has the snuffles, too! I can't wait to feel good enough to want to run at the park but right now I just want to nap.

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

Thanks for the encouragement, Suka! I still am not sure about resolutions but I WILL try! Have you made any? Human customs are weird sometimes but very interesting to me; we dogs seem so much more in balance.

Life With Dogs said...

Happy New Year to you! Let's hope for a lot more good news in the animal world...

Teddy Bear said...

Happy New Year, Suka! We are very curious about the sea lions. We didn't know about the blue whales. What is going on??? I can't believe you were in San Francisco last Christmas. Did you love it?

Teddy Bear

Cocorue said...

hey Suka Suka,
we have an award for you


Siku Marie, White Dog said...

Cotton balls sound like a taste sensation that is the best of used kleenex AND stuffing from plushies! I must try that delicacy! Hope you and yours are well and enjoying the post holiday quiet.

Denise said...

I didn't have a Blue Christmas because I was...with you! So happy Auntie D got to see you in the snow and enjoy a white Holiday!