Here we were at 10:10am...sun shining bright as the students got to be one of the very first in our country to view this Solar Eclipse. Right now the Eclipse was beginning:
We returned inside to "log" what we saw in our journals, only to return fifty minutes later as
it started to "get weird" outside, hazy, darker, and cooler. We were now seeing the partial eclipse:
When finally at 11:26 this morning, our little spot in the world turned to night right in the middle of the day! A small slice of time when even a few stars could be seen shining bright above us!
As one little guy said: "I got goosbumps on my arms".
It was THAT kind of day!!!
To say the least, we ended the day making "Eclipse" cookies and all went home with
completed Eclipse journals commemorating this experience of totality.
And hello to my Eclipse/blogging buddy Carole who I know got to experience the very same thing near the end of the day, as she's in South Carolina! What a small world.
WOW! Please do share if you too, were able to experience any part of this Eclipse!
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