If you've been keeping a moon journal like the one I described before, you are in for a real treat tomorrow night.
On Wednesday, February 20, 2008, a full lunar eclipse will occur over the Americas, turning the moon all shades of red, scarlet, burgundy, amber and more. Some folks will be able to see, for just a short time, a blue or turquoise moon. It will be a total lunar eclipse; the last one until 2010. You can read all about it on this NASA page, which also describes why we see the different hues of red and brilliant bursts of blue.
Grab the kids, snuggle with your beloved, and look up... with eyes of wonder, and enjoy the wonderful celestial theater that YHWH created just for you.