Credit Otter photo Jason Mandich. Used with permission.
Maybe we're not quite at the point where we're crediting Mother Nature with actively looking out for us, but for those searching for rhyme, rime, or reason in these strange and terrifying times ... it's right outside.
In October and November, the first half of the month differed dramatically from the second half.
In fact, October and November saw record-breaking warm temperatures and we only missed them yesterday by a degree or so.
Sunsets continue early until December 15, sunrises don't start getting earlier until early January, and the Geminid meteor shower and the conjunction will be only other people's social media images if the clouds don't break up.