Saturday, October 15, 2016

We Aren't Having Fall



Mr. Tree thinks it's August 15. Oct 15 with no fall in my state is almost unheard of. This picture is from the 12th. I took some pictures of trees to show a friend how fall has not shown up. The green below the tree is not bushes but the top of more very green trees down at the bottom of a bluff. There's a few perennials dying off, but a most of our leaves have not turned. I don't want share where I live here, but I live in state where fall is supposed to be about pumpkins, colorful leaves, cool temperatures and sweaters. This has not happened.  I used to doubt global warming, well most likely it is "global engineering," but I am always open to new evidence on all matters. It's 71 degrees today. I suppose if we have no winter this year, it will be nice to escape three months of being housebound.

For people in America, reading this, are you having fall?

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  1. This is a matter for Mr. Autumn Man!
    http://rumblestripq.blogspot.com/

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    1. LOL Mr. Autumn Man does not care that a season has failed to appear, he is more busy with his manicure and pedicure.

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  2. And spending five dollars on a two buck cup of coffee.

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    1. Yes you got it, no make that a latte, with 600 calories of sugar poured in it.

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  3. I've been wanting a warm winter for years..... I don't think where I am, we are going to get one. I am of the opinion it's engineered.

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    1. I think it's engineered too. It's not "natural" weather. What freaks me out is we are moving into the middle of Oct, the trees haven't changed and no one cares. I freaked out checking our weather forecast for tommorrow. It is supposed to be 82 degrees. That is on the cusp of me being housebound. I never have been housebound in mid-October in 15 years. I know winter sucks but this is making me wonder if we should move north. I do not want to live in a southern-like climate where it is hot for months and months. It has been hot since May.

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  4. I have noticed though that things with nature are really off in so many ways. So your trees not turning is weird but not shocking at this point.

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    1. I find myself wondering if the trib has started, that's for my Christian friends, maybe a hurricane being named Matthew was a hint. There is this freaky bug I am seeing everywhere too, it has taken over my state, it's called a stink bug. Nature does not seem normal, even birdwatching has been off. The trees not turning is freaking me out. 82 degrees in a NORTHERN state in the middle of Oct is unheard of.

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  5. Nice picture also!

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    1. thanks, I shot it from a moving car, so it came out better then it would have. LOL

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  6. So everything is engineered now;the news, the weather.....!

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  7. Over here, we often will be happy when fall takes its time in arriving. But over here, it never takes its time.

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    1. Yeah fall probably comes quick to you. I just want to go a day not covered in a sheen of sweat. [having problem with feeling hot a lot too] It was 80 here yesterday. That is unheard of in Oct.

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  8. I never connected the hurricane Matthew when I first raed your comment. That is an interesting catch. I am thinking the tribulation has started too. Ever look at some of those end times videos on you tube where they compile all the weather events world wide for the month. They are freaky...

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  9. I meant read your comment..

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    1. It's an idea I got the other day, one of those weird Peep sitting around mulling over the strange details, I do, why did they choose that name of all? Yeah I have seen those weather event videos too. The weather is getting far more severe even by memory. We finally did get a cooler day, first time I felt "cool" in months and months, well I got hot earlier, but I was sitting outside and felt cool breezes for first time in what felt like an eon. I could never live down South.

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  10. Glad it got cooler for you!

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  11. Nope still hot like summer here (as in the upper 80's) but the trees are confused. They are trying to change color but the leaves on my Bradford Pear trees are still green and full. They used to be gold and falling off at this time of year. Everything is confused and I personally think it has to do with all the toxic spraying of the skies. Just my personal opinion. I know we didn't have a winter last year. It only FROSTED ONE TIME! ALL WINTER. That's unheard of where I live. Maybe in Florida but not here!

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    1. Sorry it has gotten so hot there, and stayed that way. Our trees just started changing, it is about a month late, if not more. Some woman told me it is supposed to be 70 on Monday, I told her, that is not good news and our year of no fall has disturbed me. I notice the closed down people seem to have no concern about the weather or changes that are un-natural. Having 80s in mid October unsettled me but it seemed no one cared. I live in a northern state too. 70 at near November is not a good development and is very unnatural. I am even wondering i we will hae a normal winter. Sounds like your weather has gone off the rails. We have had one and half cooler weeks, now that is it but looks like it's going to get too warm again. I am bothered by seasons that are not normal. The perennials died off and we had green trees mixed in with them. The tree leaves did finally start changing. in my area, our trees are usually bare of leaves by the first week of November or second.

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  12. Oh and we are also experiencing a drought here. No real rainfall for over 2 months and counting........

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    1. That's horrible. Drought stinks. That would freak me out. I have a friend in Oregon who says her once wet state has become dry as a bone.

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