I Love You to the Moon and Back
Posted by lindamartinandersen on July 20, 2015
“This Day in History” in 1969, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon.
Today, we often hear the expression, “I love you to the moon and back.”
I imagine you’ve seen it or heard it said recently. Sometimes the expression is abbreviated: “To the moon and back.” Wonder why?
Take time today to reflect on the beauty of our heavenly skies, their facts and mysteries. I hope this post inspires you to read or write something based on this topic. Brainstorm and choose fiction, nonfiction, poetry, related careers, space exploration, or other choices.
What do you “love to the moon and back?”
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