Resplendent Remnant Timeline

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  1. I can’t help with the mysteries, Amy, but I love looking at your photos. When I heard that forecast, I immediately thought back a few years when you guys had that huge dump of lake-effect snow. I hope it doesn’t materialize this time. Take care and be safe.

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    1. I’m still scratching my head on that darn moon, Dan. At least it brought with it much adventure. LOL As for those weather predictions, yes true you remember correctly and I PRAY that this time around, we do not get hit like we did years ago. That situation however made for some spectacular pictures though. We can always gain a positive in every situation. May you have a great day. I’ll be over to your place later. Mornings ….. very busy. LOL Those lily pads are calling!

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    1. Well, Hien, it’s like this for me. If the snow storm happens, it happens. We are prepared. In the meantime I will not get all stirred up in a frenzy, for too many times I’ve seen big forecasts like this fizzle. Snow will not stop me from going outside either. I have some places today in fact, that I plan on going to. I was born in this area and have seen many snows. We are a tough breed here. LOL

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  2. You are not on your own with the Mystery of the Moon appearing in a different than normal position.. We have lived here for nearly 40 years in the same house… And this past year both my hubby and I have have commented we had never seen the Moon rise in the positions we have seen it rise before…
    So your guess Amy is as good as mine, But I recently viewed a short little video taken in South Africa, and a gentlemen had 3 compass’s One an Old WW2 collaborated one made in Germany, another was made in China, which was also an older one… To one that was recently bought from a Camping Supplier which was newer..

    The older two compasses, pointed to North…. Which the Locals had known as North for as long as they could remember.. While the other newer compass which should point to North pointed to South…. They tested all three with South collaborated Magnetic stick.. Interesting… Making one wonder has the Magnetic fields done a flip??? or what is happening?..
    We know that Aeroplanes have had to have their navigation equipment altered in degree’s over the years as the North Pole has said to shift it’s original position.. So the Mystery Amy continues for those willing to investigate I am sure some plausible answers will be presented 😉

    Your photo’s Amy are Stunning and the colour is still hanging on in places… Lets hope they have shed their leaves if snow does fall….
    We on the other hand in England have had day after day of heavy rain… Good thing it’s not been snow or it would be 6 ft.. Lol..
    Sending Love my friend.. ❤

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    1. Thank you, Sue, for collaborating upon the mystery called the moon that I called attention to in this post. Extremely fascinating information about the compasses which again leave those of us who seek for what is real and what is not, sitting up and taking notice. None of us know [yet] what is taking place now. Some day that shall change!

      Thank you on my photography. Since these pictures were taken, most of those leaves have fallen. Not all however. And as for that storm ….. I’m not holding my breath. What shall be shall be. And there you have it. LOL Sending you much love your way!!! xo PS Stay dry!!

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    1. Thank you, Frank! Ah for that moon and all the confusion and questions She has left me with. No-thing lately is making sense so why not throw the moon in that confusion as well? LOL Your wish for snow MAY come true. Who knows? As I’ve come to do when I hear forecasters blast away DANGER DANGER, I say to self, I’ll believe it when I see it. Been burned too many times. As it is, IF we do get this huge storm, we are prepared so all is GOOD. Have a truly uplifting, light day, Frank. Sending much love to you! xo

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    1. Hi, Shweta. Ah yes, for the mystery of the moon which has left me in confusion more times than I can count. True too that the moon appears to be full at a time when it should be very evident that it is waning but it wasn’t. And then that picture with the house in it! The amount of light from the moon was blinding! Who knows? I just shall keep watching and documenting and perhaps one day I’ll get understanding. As for now, I am full of wonder and questions. May your day be truly happy!!! (((HUGS))) !! xo

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  3. These are beautiful Amy, showing mother in all her glory as she wanes from autumn. I watched the full eclipse down here and it was finally a no cloud beautiful evening to watch her do a dance in the earth’s shadow. Even a lovely red glow of that blood moon forecast. I wish I had a decent camera, the mobile I have would not do a thing. So the moon is doing odd things dear lady. I was surprised that in just a few hours of the eclipse, beginning up to full eclipse, she went from being so close and huge in the sky to only half her size. I have never seen that before. Its like the oval she normally travels has been bent further. I think I might watch the tides a bit more around here and see if it was just my eyes or someone has used one of the rockets to tow her away. Maybe she got a parking fine for overstaying her time limit somewhere. Great post dear lady, thank you 🤣❤️🙏🏽

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    1. Keep those peepers open, Mark. What I’ve been observing is by far nothing I’ve ever seen before. No it is not your imagination about what you saw with the moon for I agree the moon is behaving very oddly. Let me know what you discover with the tides. I heard somewhere that the moon in reality does not control the tides. What does then, I ask? I don’t know. Some type of Divine Energy, that is for sure.

      I’m so happy you enjoyed this post and hope just hope you cracked a smile here or there with my silliness. Buried in that silliness is a lot of truth, truth that I don’t understand but in reading subject matter relating to what I touched upon, I know in my spirit those things are true. We just don’t know how to comprehend such massiveness. I know I don’t. And when I try, my brain screeches. LOL Much love to you, dear friend. xoxoxoxo

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      1. I shall watch and wonder Amy, and I have no doubt there is much we don’t know but we can only be the curious creatures that we are. Somewhere in it all is something wondrous and each step we take will guide us there. Thank you again for ‘your’ wondrous windows in life dear lady, and much love to you also…keep on daring the light xox 😀❤️🙏🏽

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  4. Oh, my dear clever, funny, curious, wonder seeking friend! I share your awe at the moon and the sky’s mysteries and the whole crazy concept of weather and time.
    Loved the sense of adventure this post evoked. I can’t answer your questions Amy, as I’m just as baffled as you, but know that I appreciated the spirit in which you shared this with us. Sending you much love and smiles from across the ocean. xxx 💕

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    1. Miriam! I laughed when I read your delicious comment. Thank heavens you have a sense of humor that can relate to mine. LOL Life has gotten so bizarre and that includes Mothers’ Realms, that I’ve been reduced to helpless giggles.

      You’re in good company being baffled and all. I believe it was Sue who through a conversation with her pointed out that someone took a compass and a magnet and it may seem the poles have flipped. Instead of the compass pointing to North, it pointed to South. Well, that would explain why the moon flew over the sky to sit so self-righteously in the complete other corner of the sky board. I see these things and I’m like HUH? And then when I want to keep documenting the moon, the darn sky clouds up courtesy of infinite chemmies and now the mystery, what small chance I had to figure out what is what, that flew out the window. So, here I am NOW looking at 3 feet of snow with more on its way and asking, “SAY WHAT?” We went from 85 degrees to snow. CRAZY! I look, I ponder, throw my hands up, and laugh! (approx. 1 meter of snow and 29.4C temp.)

      Sending you right back so much love. Hope your adventures have begun. I took some nutty pictures today just in my trek to the bird feeders and barn. Those should be up next, or at least that is what I say now. LOL That could change!!! (((HUGS)))!! xo

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      1. Oh yes, I definitely share your sense of humour Amy, as well as a sense of WTF is happening in the world. I listened to a talk yesterday by Kerry K in which she said it was proven that the north and south poles have actually shifted. The whole planet is realigning, which means that we’re realigning with her. Amazing times we’re living in, but I truly comprehend so very little. Oh well, so long as we keep our sense of humour and sense of awe and gratitude. Take care in all that snow and crazy weather, here it’s hailing and cold and it’s nearly summer, go figure!
        Look forward to seeing more “nutty” pictures lol. Big hugs my friend. xxx

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      2. Miriam, I sent you an email with a picture of a photograph I took with MANY ships in it. I could not see them with my eyes cuz the sun was so bright. I balled my eyes out. Finally proof I am NOT crazy! First time ever I have seen ships and let me tell you there were a lot! And what a thrill!!!

        I posted another post today about my adventure in the snow that pummeled us. What next? Shhhhhh ….. I take back that question. Scrub it. I create warmth and sun and a MILD winter. LOL

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      3. So amazing! Yes I received and replied to your email Amy, just wow! Haven’t read your newest post yet as I’ve been running around with chores but I’m looking forward to it. Soon my friend. xx 🙂

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    1. Aw, Julie, you made me laugh. I’m not awake yet but your comment has got a huge grin on my face. I “see” your sense of humor as well. Shine on, Madame Bear! Love you! xoxo

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    1. Oh wow, Kamal, thank you! It is much much too early for this white nonsense but I have to admit the environment I witnessed, was so cool to capture with my camera. So glad you enjoyed this!! Have a great weekend!! xo

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  5. I can see photography is in your blood you really are a master of the lenses and also I like the way you write the headlines of your blogs such as this one “Resplendent Remnant Timeline”, it is a unique headline and it got me to wonder what this blog is about and what is a remnant & a resplendent? Lucky Google is there to answer these queries.

    I love these images especially the ones of the trees and the house those were well captured shots📷🔥🔥🔥🔥🙌

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    1. So, Mthobisi, I see you’ve learned the meaning of new words. How delicious is that! I love words and over my life have been an avid reader. I also love to write along with my photography so I dabble in both, which as the saying goes, the more you practice the better you get at that which you are doing. I still like using books called a Dictionary and Thesaurus but I will admit, looking up words’ meanings online is much faster and easier.

      Thank you on complimenting me on my passion for photography. I have roughly 30 years of experience behind me and I my goal is to keep expanding into new horizons. I too loved that yellow house with everything yellow around it. What an incredible view that afforded me and now you. Hope you are having a really great weekend.

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      1. Wow I am happy to read about your Journey in photography and the fact that you are keen to accomplish your personal goals, all the best and my weekend was amazing, filled with laughter, Facebook memes and jokes made my days😂🙏

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    1. Thank you, Cathy! That picture you are talking about I can see you painting. It was just one of those moments when everything was in harmony. SO happy you stopped by to view my creations. Sending you so much love!! xoxo

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  6. Don’t I know it ? Plans always change but I think God knows what’s best and leads us the right way 🙂 I know there were times when I had to call off of work being sick and come to find out there was a bad car accident on the road I usually would take. It’s crazy but true. These photos are fantastic, so beautiful ❤️

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