This blog talks about the things that interest Joseph Pratt the most. It also talks about the events that are going on in Joseph Pratt's life! Also, on some occasions, I will tell you about an event that happened to me while I was younger, I will show you a blog post that I wrote down in the past, I will ask you some interesting questions and I will tell you about things that relax me.
At around 8:00 yesterday morning, I was standing outside in our backyard … and I saw a little bit of everything while I was standing outdoors. I saw bare trees, some dark clouds and a lot of leaves while I was outside.
Let me tell you exactly what I saw yesterday morning.
First, I saw a lot of leaves near our backyard. Most of the leaves have now fallen onto the ground.
Second, I saw a nice sunrise and I saw a lot of dark clouds in the sky while the sun was rising.
Finally, I saw a lot of bare trees near our tree house.
As you can plainly see here, it’s beginning to look a lot like Fall, even though, at times, it may not feel like it too much outdoors.
One week ago, I was standing on our railroad bridge … and I was able to see a lot of leaves on the trees that were not too far away from the bridge. Many of them were changing colors whenever I took the pictures last week … and, by the time you read this blog post, the leaves will mostly be either yellow, orange or red.
I will show you the pictures that I took while I was standing on our railroad bridge last week.
It’s finally beginning to look like Fall … and, yes, it is also finally starting to feel like Fall. Last week, whenever Fall started, it still felt like Summer, but of course, over the next several days or so, it slowly started to look and feel like Fall.
Yesterday morning, I took a picture of our trees, which are in our background … and some of the leaves are beginning to change colors a little bit. Most of the leaves are still green, but some of the leaves, which are located near the top part of the trees, are becoming either yellow or orange. Also … some leaves are beginning to fall down onto the ground. Either way, Fall is now here!
Autumn arrived on National Hill at 10:21 this morning … and it sort of feels like it. The leaves are on the ground, but the weather itself is not fall-like at all! It still feels like Summer.
Well, anyway, just a couple of days ago, as I was taking my evening walk, I noticed that there were some leaves on the railroad bridge. I was able to take a picture of them before I left the bridge … and you can see that picture above this blog post.
As a matter of fact, many leaves are beginning to fall near my house … and some of the leaves, which are in the trees near my house, are starting to change colors, slowly, but surely. Fall is finally here!
Spring is pretty much in full swing here on National Hill. The leaves are slowly growing on our trees again … and hopefully we’ll be able to see a lot more leaves popping up on our trees again sometime in the near future.
Today, I wanted to show you the trees that already have some leaves on them.
First, I saw some yellow leaves on the trees which are located on our little hillside. This little hillside is located near the highway fence.
Also, some trees, which are located near our backyard, have some leaves on them again.
As I said before, hopefully, more leaves will pop up on the trees again sometime in the not-too-distant future.
Now, tomorrow, I’m going to talk about the things that will be happening to me during the month of April. It will actually be a two-part blog post … and in it, I’m gonna talk about the things that I will be doing during the month of April. I will also talk about some of the blog posts that I will be writing for you guys during that month.
The calendar says it is the middle of November, but it still doesn’t quite feel like it outside. It’s slowly beginning to feel like it, though. Most of the trees that we have on our property are mostly bare. Most of the leaves are now on the ground, but some leaves are still on our trees today. That will probably change as the weather begins to get colder.