Time to put out the moon...
I've only seen one complete lunar eclipse in my life.
I was with Rosa when it happened. (Oh, no. Here he goes again.) We were driving through the high desert from Northern California to Las Vegas, winding our way around and through the mountains. It was rather late for driving, about 10pm; we'd been driving all day. Actually, I'd been driving all day. Rosa was asleep in the rental beside me. I remember looking at that moon going red, stroking Rosa's hair, and feeling incredibly lucky.
The next complete eclipse of the moon is coming on May 15 (http://www.csmonitor.com/2003/0424/p13s02-stss.html), from about 9pm to about 10pm. Enjoy it with someone you love.
I plan to stay indoors.