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  1. OK, grabbing on here! And be careful. We don't need you hurt. And no Malibu for you!!!
  2. Anybody else been dizzy the past couple of days? Also, ringing in one ear or the other that I haven't had for a while. I thought it was because I've been pushing my schedule a bit hard, but now am wondering if it's related to earth's big movements of late.
  3. Yes. That one is in China. People worldwide are having a time of it.
  4. Yeah, I can't think of a valid solution that would also be implemented. And now so many people are suffering from the damage caused by the manipulation.
  5. I agree about the manipulated changes. I also know that climate actually changes naturally. There are even natural fires. My problem is that it's the people claiming anthropomorphic climate change, who call other people climate deniers, and who support carbon taxes, who are the ones pushing the narrative. I don't think it matters what's causing things to change (which they do, as evidenced by the worldwide cities under water for aeons). Carbon taxes are not going to change it. I'm all for cleaning up the air and water, but that's not climate change. People need to start making real decisions about where they live and/or how they build structures. We need to adapt to earth's changes instead of blaming this or that. Adapt and move forward imo.
  6. This is terrifying. I don't know the outcome for the people in the trucks who got caught by the waters. ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ
  7. ๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ˜ณ
  8. I mentioned upthread about Mobile Bay draining (it's even farther west than Pensacola Bay that breezy posted about up thread). The following is a news report on it. First, wtf are the news anchors so jovial about? Second, they keep saying it is totally normal for the water to drain like that. They also threw in that it's normal this time of year and had nothing to do with Irma. If so, why are the people so alarmed about it? If it was normal, wouldn't they just be like "oh, it's that time of year again. Let's go down and look at the empty bay like we do every year." I guess this is the prescribed narrative. I have, personally, never heard of this happening and in so many bays. That doesn't mean it's never happened, but it seems like most people have never heard of it either. Below is some drone footage from Mobile Bay. The first bit is taken from too far away, imo. But later footage gets much closer. Plus, there is a beautiful RAINBOW in the footage as well.
  9. Great for your daughter! She's also at a great age for that (I am well past the expiration date however. lol) Yeah, I think this current guy isn't going to work out-- too unstable and too many preconceived ideas of what he wants. And he cannot truly see amazing me (๐Ÿ˜‡ ) right in front of him. Nor can he really see the amazing him. I don't really have too much trouble getting past preconceived ideas of the person. I go by the connection. I just wish the Universe would stop sending me men that I connect with deeply on an energetic level who are not ready for and who do not recognize that kind of connection. It's incredibly difficult. I would prefer not to get deeply connected only to then have it ripped away. It takes me a bit to get it back together after that. I am trying to trust the Universe. That's why I'm thinking the Universe would have me be alone for now. That's ok too. I have plenty of other stuff to focus on and work at. Ugh. I will stop whinging about my love life (or lack thereof) on this forum. I really do appreciate the support, Jessica. This has been a tough week. The planetary energies have had me uncharacteristically emotional!
  10. You guys seem to really enjoy each other (from what I can tell from pictures). Thank you for that encouragement.
  11. Thank you for sharing that, Jessica. That's beautiful! I like the part about nothing you would normally date. I'm kinda digging this guy right now who has a lot of characteristics that I would never have on my list, but everything else is so compelling. I won't lose total hope. I will keep working on myself in the meantime.
  12. I don't know where to put this, so will just put it here. I have been recently working on listening to my guidance and receiving messages more clearly and believe I got confirmation of that yesterday. It's kinda freaky. My friend / mentorโ€™s husband passed away early yesterday morning. (Heโ€™d been on hospice care for two years.) I hadn't really been in contact with her since I saw her the day before I moved out of state in July. Yesterday, I was just knocking around in my kitchen and I had a thought about one thing that indirectly led me to think about her and how much she had influenced my life (because I'm now attempting to do something similar in someone else's life -- if he would only grab the bit and run with it. But I digress.) Something then urged me to message her right then. I simply said that I missed her and asked how she was doing. She asked for a good email address for me. And sent me a note saying that her husband had passed. I asked her when it happened and she said that morning. Iโ€™m kinda blown away and feel like I was guided to reach out to her. I mean to reach out to her on that very day is nothing short of astounding to me. She said the universe always finds a way. Really uncanny.
  13. Indeed. I don't know why folks won't take the learnings from the renewed Battlestar Galactica. That story with the Cylons rang so true to me. I've watched the whole series twice and will probably be due for another review in the coming months. Sarah Connor Chronicles was also a good one. Flesh out the whole Skynet thing.
  14. Pretty sure I need to start studying that craft to round out my spinsterhood. Always knew I'd end up a spinster. Better get me a wheel. But I won't be diving for clams to spin my threads! ๐Ÿ˜
  15. I don't know what caused it either. And I don't believe the wind pushed the water away, though that's what they're trying to sell us. I was talking to someone on Twitter yesterday who said that the bay in Mobile Alabama was dry. And that a battleship that was in port was then sitting on dry ground. I asked if the winds were high and she said not really. They were about 22mph. Mobile is nowhere near where Irma was. So, it's definitely a different dynamic. I can't say that I've ever heard of it before either. But the "experts" seem to want to tell us that it's common with a hurricane. I might be able to believe that somehow the hurricane sucks up the water underneath it and causes a current that draws the water out, causing an extremely low tide. Maybe it's magnetic from the storm or something. But the Mobile example nixes the wind blowing theory for me. Why don't they just say they don't know instead of making stuff up? Anyway, the water in Tampa IS back. It looks like it came back in pretty quickly (steep line on the graph) and with the expected storm surge since the level is much higher than before and than expected. (Now that I think about it, maybe this is one way that storm surge happens. Kind of a tsunami-like event. Perhaps we don't notice the water levels lowering in other areas. Just a thought.) Also looks like the measuring instrument lost some data for a while. I wonder how they made sure all of those silly people out in the dry bay didn't get into trouble when the water rolled back in. It made my stomach turn seeing people walk farther and farther out. It reminded me of a tsunami dream I had a few years back.