According to Moonalice legend, we live in dangerous times. Wildfires are burning all over California, Oregon and the rest of the west. Hurricanes are crushing the Gulf Coast. The Giant Cheeto of Mar A Lago is wrecking everything else. Fortunately, the Moonalice legend suggests a path to better things. Today’s poster by Alexandra Fischer, #1010 in the Moonalice series, features June Lake Moonalice, the patron saint of this festival and its environs. June is all about water … and making sure there is just the right amount wherever it is needed. But she can’t be everywhere, so she needs our help. June wants us all to know that we have to stick together, help each other out. Love everyone. Respect everyone. In a few weeks it will be harvest time. Bring in a great crop and share the love … with everyone!
Be very careful with fire. June suggests that you only light fires within 3 inches of your mouth, generally at the end of tubular organic materials rolled for the purpose.
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