Last week, I think practically everyone experienced some unprecedented changes in their weather patterns. Places that are typically cold this time of the year experienced early summer temperatures. Other areas that usually experience warm climates got a shot of wintry temperatures and precipitation. We see representations of nature becoming confused with such an unseasonal change, like flowers sprouting now instead of their usual arrival at the end of March or early April. (I’m not referring to flowers and plants growing in a greenhouse environment). This isn’t normal from my vantage point.
I had to mow our lawn last week because new blades of grass took off growing when we typically expect to see the seasonal shades of green begin to sprout near the end of next month. Our temperature was freezing one day and the next day shot up to the mid to upper 80s. Huh? Of course, I think…
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I appreciate the reblog Ned! Thank you! 🙏🏼
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