Why Do Leaves Really Fall Off Trees?

Puppies! That’s the reason why! It’s just autumn-atic.

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  1. Fird Birfle says:

    *file, under Questions Little Kids Ask*

    YAY for puppeleh and for pyrit 🙂

  2. phred's mom says:

    Around here the trees were falling on the leaves.
    Have just been catching up on CO goodness; we
    just got internet back up, and power two days ago,
    thank goodness. Got pretty medieval around
    these here parts (North central Jersey), but we
    do still have our house, unlike rhose poor folks
    at the Shore. I want to hug this puppeh so much!

  3. Kari Callin says:

    Such a proud, proud puppeh! 😀

  4. Fird Birfle says:

    YAY for phred’s MOM !!! Be SAFE.

  5. Fird Birfle says:

    and true to all puppehs, he’s conquered one that’s nearly as large, as he is, himself!!!

  6. 260Oakley says:

    “This fell down so I’m going to put it back on the branch where it belongs. There’s a reason they call me a re-tree-ver.”

  7. lisaLassie says:

    Very happy for you, phred’s mom.

  8. Good Lord! How do you come up with all those puns?

  9. World’s largest maple tree, or teeny tiny puppeh?

  10. “autumnatic”–I see what you did there. Clevaire!!!

  11. Glad you’re safe and back in the land of the cute.

  12. Hail the conquering hero!

  13. victoreia says:

    She’s been studying at the 260Oakley Punning Institute.

  14. Dis one!! Have to save DIS one!

  15. Fird Birfle says:

    You know how Robert Johnson sold his soul to the debil, fer his blues skillz??…

  16. *claps loudly for Oak 🙂 *

  17. pupfanatic says:

    But, I was gonna ask his paw in marriage!

  18. pupfanatic says:

    I hope puppeh doesn’t ask me to leaf him alone! NOOOO!!!

  19. Nope. Pyrit captains this ship. I’m just a punderling.

  20. phred's mom says:

    Thank you all. Much appreciated.
    The Salvation Army and Red Cross
    could use donations, as well as food
    banks anywhere in the affected areas.
    There are still people without power,
    hence no heat. We have linemen from
    Louisiana and Arkansas here in our
    town, who are discovering that
    Nawtherners are a lot nicer than
    they were warned, getting coffee,
    bagels and buns from appreciative
    locals. Still far from over.