Anon

September tugs at August October overshadows September. Leaves falling in August a premature ejaculation of autumn leaves one unfulfilled and looking to September for more. More warmth, more comfort, a lingering embrace to hold on to the moments of bliss. As an adult, I love September and August too. It's just too soon to feel …

Seasons Fading Like Leaves

It's an off season but natural in its own right. There's no familiar summer, winter, spring or fall anymore except for dates on a calendar. Can we explain it away, simply say the weather is as diverse as people, places, life --- that to live, to be alive, is to change? Reduce. Recycle. Reuse they …

Mother Nature’s Autistic Summer

Summer 2018 Rainy.  Grey.  Humid.  Rainy.  Grey.  Humid.  Flooding.  Scorching heat.  Rainy.  Grey.  Humid.  Flooding.  Scorching heat. Bugs extraordinaire.  Make me run inside for shelter.  AC.  A spurt of sun appears.  Some tomatoes wear tough rain jackets, many others split on the vine while unlucky peppers turn soggy rather than red and basil's aromatic gifts …

Rain Rain Go Away

I suppose if I live in North Carolina, I could close my eyes and say that Hurricane Florence is non-existent.  I don't mean to sound flip but I sure wouldn't be happy if I lived there knowing my legislators passed laws against climate change data.  But, on second thought, just being an American right now …

Climate Change – The Diabetes of the Globe

The climate use to be rather predictable.  At least until what we've seen recently.  Now, it too has a culture of anything goes.  What is going on?  Like the bad diet, little exercise and unremitting stress that provoke diabetes, haphazard behaviors and practices are radically affecting our globe. I feel October coolness in August, August heat …

Fighting for Her Life

Just take a look around and you may agree --- this summer has been the exclamation point on climate change.  I fear the daily torrential rains, flooding, high humidity and disease carrying bugs are replacing the usual summers I've loved in the past.  Spring has been moving out the last few years.  Summer is packing …