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    Quote Originally Posted by elizabethlwrnce
    The weather?s gone balmy.

    My Easter daisy?s have been flowering throughout summer (three months early), my Tropical Hibiscus has been in flowering in winter instead of summer, and my chrysanthemums have been flowering all year round, as have most of my roses.

    Don?t get me wrong, I?m loving all these beautiful blooms?l?m just a tad baffled. :smt101

    ~Elizabeth
    you realise its this global warming thing....apparently we're destroying the earth!?! :shock:

    but at the moment i'm pretty cold, the aircon is on! :?
    More disturbing than your creepy uncle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by clusterlizard1
    Quote Originally Posted by elizabethlwrnce
    The weather?s gone balmy.

    My Easter daisy?s have been flowering throughout summer (three months early), my Tropical Hibiscus has been in flowering in winter instead of summer, and my chrysanthemums have been flowering all year round, as have most of my roses.

    Don?t get me wrong, I?m loving all these beautiful blooms?l?m just a tad baffled. :smt101

    ~Elizabeth
    you realise its this global warming thing....apparently we're destroying the earth!?! :shock:

    but at the moment i'm pretty cold, the aircon is on! :?
    Climate change is natural it happens?but we humans are just speeding up the process which is bad thing. :(
    We never came close to each other but here we exist as it is.

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    Climate change has always happened in such a way that, while it was growing warmer in one part of the planet, it was growing colder in another. Now it is growing warmer everywhere. That's a difference.
    Blessed are those who can laugh at themselves
    For they shall never cease to be amused.

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    Yes global warming is a worry. Up until five years ago the frosty winter mornings would kill parts of my lawn, l had muddy patches everywhere?but due to the gradual warming of the Earth's atmosphere it?s been lush and green ever since, and now that many of my plants seem to be growing all year round, l have twice the work load in my garden.

    Other than that, it is a glorious 25 C in beautiful Melbourne today.

    ~Elizabeth :smt023
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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    Currently here in Calgary it's -11? C but it feel much colder then that and its snowing also which is a good thing since I have been waiting awhile for it to snow already.
    We never came close to each other but here we exist as it is.

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    As they say in Texas, 'If you don't like the weather... just wait a minute.'

    It's 75 degrees F right now , and by friday at this time it's expected to be about 45 degrees F :lol:

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    Hi Fellow Lexxians,
    The weather, here in the Sierra Nevada Foothills has been in the 40'sF, but it's expected to get better as the week progresses; I just hope we got some good snow up in the mountains for Spring & Summer. & besides, it's still Wintertime; Spring doesn't begin till the middle-end of March.

    Have a great February,
    Jhevz ;) [smilie=xev-h.gif] [smilie=zev.gif]
    Happy Spring

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    It?s a raining in Melbourne today

    It's raining, it's pouring;
    Elizabeth is snoring.
    She bumped her head
    And she went to bed
    And didn?t want to get up in the morning.
    Rain, rain, don?t go away;
    Please stay another day;
    Little Liza doesn?t want to play
    And that?s the way she feels today?

    ~Elizabeth
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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    It's 71 degrees F. ,
    Cloudy skys ...and windy.

    Quite the beautiful day :smt023

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    its muggy here in Whyalla... people everywhere want to rob you! :shock:

    Tis aweful...
    More disturbing than your creepy uncle...

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