Well a happy Thursday to you all. Here in Central PA we have rain... lotsa rain. In fact, we're stuck in a band of rain moving north, and while I'm not going to get another 7 inches, the possibility exists for at least 4 more. My lawn continues to grow... fast. Since I'm off on Tuesday, I'll have to drag out my little electric mower and once again shear it off before it becomes a field. If I had a little more land, I might consider buying a goat or two.
Normally, as the weather gets colder the leaves begin turning colors... well, here they turn yellow. The leaves on my river birch rarely change color, they simply fall. And so far, while we've had temps down in the 60's (F) at night, there is no sign of Fall actually arriving. With that being said, this article in the Washington Post came as no surprise. One of our seasons is getting longer, while the other 3 are all getting shorter. We may have celebrated the autumnal equinox, however when autumn will actually arrive is still in question? late October perhaps?
|That's not me|
And, as climate change continues to effect the world, remember, when things get to bad for people they will move. Of course, the idea of a group of people migrating because climate change has made their lives impossible is something Conservatives never consider, especially the faux Cracker Jack Crazies, mostly because what's happening in Guatemala is way outside their sphere of Consciousness. Perhaps if they weren't so focused on their 'me' principle, you know what I'm talking about. "If it doesn't effect me, it's no concern of mine."
I loved that video and song..never heard of them.ReplyDelete
The Cracker Jack Crazies will go extinct, since they don't want to change or accept anything.
And they don't know how fastly their clock is running out.Delete
The first day of Autumn arrived in Smallville with temps being twenty degrees cooler than yesterday and I am so here for it.ReplyDelete
We're a little cooler, but not that much.Delete
The weather is absolutely gorgeous today, perfect for a southern autumn. Warm but with no humidity, the bluest of blue skies, sunshine. It all came on the heels of thunderstorms last night, so I hope great weather is on its way to you, now!ReplyDelete
When I left work temps were in the mid 60's nice, like a breath of fresh air.Delete
Bummerland is very Kings of Leon. And we have not had too much rain. It's in the sixties most days now, though.ReplyDelete
And you know all those rich people with seaside pied-à-terre will run inland when they're five feet under water. Just wait.
It poured like hell again here. And the richies think they can buy their way out of the future.Delete