Thurs. Sept. 16, 2021: It’s Starting to Turn Colors

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Thursday, September 16, 2021

Second Quarter Moon Waxing in Capricorn

Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, Chiron, Uranus Retrograde

Celtic Tree Month of Vine

Cloudy and humid

The weather has been all over the place this past week. Some days have been cool and crisp; yesterday was hot and humid and summery again. Plenty of thunderstorms coming through, although I don’t live in constant fear of flooding anymore.

One of the Thanksgiving/Christmas cacti on the back balcony is blooming like crazy, as are the red geraniums. The maiden hair fern has berries, which I’m sure the birds will enjoy. The peace lily continues to be a drama queen.

The leaves are just starting to turn to glorious shades of yellow, gold, and red. It’s already beautiful; it will be stunning in a few weeks.

Whenever I can, I walk to my errands, so that I can enjoy the beauty.

I was worried about being able to access fresh produce all winter. We’ve gotten so spoiled here with the farm-to-table commitment. But some of the farms have heated greenhouses, and, as for other produce, we’ll lean more on what’s seasonal.

Autumn is my favorite season anyway, and I’m excited to experience it here in the mountains.

How is your autumn, where you are? Or your spring, if you’re in the Southern hemisphere?

3 Comments (+add yours?)

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  2. Pat Marinelli
    Sep 16, 2021 @ 16:10:10

    We live in an area (Central New Jersey) of four seasons which I love. The tree are starting to thin with shrinking leaves but no color as yet. Yellow is the first color of fall to appear here. It has been so warm and rainy that the tomatoes are flowering again. The weather news is summer will be here through the end of September.

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    • devonellington
      Sep 23, 2021 @ 12:11:02

      Yes, the yellows are the first to turn here, whereas on Cape, the reds started earlier. It’s been really humid, and my downstairs neighbor’s tomatoes are flowering again, too!

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