Yup. Mad as all get out. When I first heard about this once-in-a-lifetime meteorological event, I was excited. I think nature, and all it's glory, are completely awesome. But wouldn't you know it.....we're going to see hardly any of this majestic sky wonder.

We will be able to see the same old, regular, mundane Full/Super/Blue Moon, but it's the lunar eclipse that will cause the sweet Blood Moon effect. The shadow of the Earth on the Moon during the eclipse causes the moon to take on a reddish hue, and it's absolutely stunning.

However, on the east coast of the U.S., the moon will have set and be too low in the sky for us to gaze upon this heavenly display. But nooooo, all we're going to see is the same old wonder of nature that we're used to seeing.

I'm sure all this astrological activity means something special in my horoscope too, but who cares?! I wanted to see a red moon against a black sky and loudly "ooooo" and "aaaahhh" with excitement. But nope, none of that.

Sure maybe nature is a miracle, but Mother Nature really needs to get on my schedule with these things.