Now in November

November is here. Skies are mostly gray. The World Series is over. Now comes wind and cold and rain. Snow is not unusual.

We are already past the halfway mark between the fall equinox and the winter solstice. Days grow shorter, now, and it will be dark even earlier in the evening after  we  set the clocks back.  We gain an extra hour. What will we do with it?

Daylight Saving Time was thought up by men. You can read more about it, here.  Now, it’s the law. Now, our digital devices adjust automatically.

What will we do with the time we have?  The falling leaves remind us of the beauty and impermanence of things. The UN Climate report is a warning that there is not much time to make changes to avoid runaway effects of climate change. You can read more about it here.

Yes, November is here, and winter is coming. Here’s a song from Simon and Garfunkel—

What time is it now?  It’s time to vote!

If you haven’t voted already, go vote tomorrow–Tuesday November 6. Vote for those who can’t. Vote with your neighbors. Vote  for the future.



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  • But yet, chef and co. say it's too late to do anything. Yet is was also reported that the ozone layer is starting to heal.

  • Thanks for reading, Jack. Always appreciated!
    It's not too late for voting or for climate action. We can make a difference. I'm glad the ozone layer is mending, but the glaciers are still melting. Fossil fuels are not the future,

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