It is a full moon today. The actual time of the full moon is 8.30am, but you can celebrate it any time today or tonight if you like.
And here are some other things to celebrate at the same time:
February 18 is the anniversary of the discovery of Pluto by Clyde Tombaugh in 1930 and in America it is also National Crab Stuffed Flounder Day. I've never eaten a crab-stuffed flounder, but I'd be willing to give it a try.
Today is the start of Ash month in the Celtic Tree Calender. The Ash is considered one of the most magical trees and this is a good time for spellcrafting. The Norse world tree Yggdrasil is an Ash, according to legend.
It is also the end of Native American Otter month, and in that tradition it is a time for spring cleaning. Personally, I might prefer to party on a Friday night and leave the spring cleaning until the next day - or the day after.
Most of all, Friday - the last day of the working week - is always something to celebrate!
Photo by Anne Reckless