Did you know the term "honeymoon" came from the term "honey moon"? Well now you do. It was all about getting married under a very neatly colored moon back in the day.

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This Thursday going into Friday the 13th we'll have a moon that may appear a little amber or honey colored.  Now this vaires for different places and cultures according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. Some Native American tribes called it the "Strawberry Moon", not for any coloring, but because it meant it was time to harvest strawberries. In Europe it was sometimes called "The Full Rose Moon".

We don't know for certain what it will look like in little old Lubbock Texas, but it hits its peak at 12:11 a.m. Friday (meaning you'd have to stay up late as Thursday crosses over into Friday).