I was underwhelmed. I didn't even bother looking this morning when it was closest. I saw it last night and no big deal. Figured it wasn't worth walking into the living room this morning to see more of that.
But, we did have a 3.2 earthquake out by Ferndale this morning roughly an hour before the Moon got its closest, and the 7.8 quake in New Zealand yesterday. Maybe there's something to that thing about the Moon contributing to earthquakes?