Monday, November 9, 2009

A to Z Monday


Brought to you by the letter








For Indecision






So, you ask....what kind of Indecision is Grandma J talking about?






These beautiful trees in my daughter's Southern California neighborhood can't decide whether they want to turn colors from green...to red, then brown....or not.





Half of the tree says, No, No, No!


and the other half says yes.....I'm ready for four seasons!





In the meantime, Grandma J just loved enjoying the Indecision of it all.

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18 comments:

Ben said...

Those trees oughta run for Congress.
(just kidding.)

Linda said...

Good one, Ben!

My trees had no problems with indecision...they went from green to the ground!

Margaret said...

Wow..If you go toward those hills, you're in Fall. If you drive the other way, you're still in Summer. What seasonal confusion!

Jen said...

Happy Monday Grandma J.
I think the trees are another one of your Delusions. ha! You best not go back to CA for awhile.

Anonymous said...

I didn't think they allowed the trees to change anything in that neighborhood without a concensus.

Colin

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Great pictures. Those trees are much greener than ours here. Ours have made up their minds already.

Good to have you back, in case I haven't said that fourteen times already.

Mental P Mama said...

So glad you are alive and well and back in Texas! And In the pink;)

Pumpkin Delight said...

Sometimes indecision is ok, but most of the time it just drives me crazy. :)
Those trees are gorgeous.

heartshapedhedges said...

Grandma J,

Unfortunately, I have inherited my mother's lack of botanical genes, otherwise I would tell you the names of the trees. Suffice it to say, that you are looking at different types of trees.....the ones with pink, have green leaves and pink floral blooms. The other trees, are different altogether, and just plain green.

It's still in the mid 70's here...but trust me, the leaves are gonna turn, and by December/January, many of our trees will be bare (well, the types that drop leaves will be.)

Dont go hatin just cause we get to be plush much of the year...

Pat Jenkins said...

good i grandma j!! i live with Indecision 24/7!!!

Busy Bee Suz said...

I love these trees. Some days I feel the same way...what to wear? what color???
Great I word!!!

Deb said...

Some trees just want to hang on to warm weather and then there's others that don't. Just like peeps!

Daryl said...

You must be feeling better .. woot!

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

I am so glad you are feeling better!

Cassie said...

Good one Grammy!! Glad you're feeling better now. X-c

HalfAsstic.com said...

I know how that is GrandmaJ! We are far enough south that only the most dedicated of deciduous plants can make the transition.

Life with Kaishon said...

: ) Sometimes indecision can be good. And sometimes it can be annoying. I can't decide how I feel about those trees indecision right now. I am indecisive about my feelings : )

TSannie said...

Here's to happy health!

And my trees all got together and decided to drop all their leaves no matter what their color. All gone!