We are very warm here in Massachusetts also. We have a terrible winter moth problem right now which will be extra bad next spring. They are just not dying and seem to love blueberry blossoms. The last time we had this warmth chick weed took over my flower beds and took 2 years to get into control. It grew all winter instead of dying back. Also, our blueberries bloomed early and then we had a late hard frost killing the blossoms. That aside I am enjoying the warm days we have hardly had a deep frost.I am able to weed flower beds still -a never ending chore. But I actually have been enjoying really getting a certain bed in perfect shape and applying a great leaf mulch.In the seven or so years that I have had the greenhouse, I have had to close it early in November and bring the plants indoors to avoid freezing. Not this year however, as the plants are still in the greenhouse, and, still actively growing. The olive trees should be dormant by now, but they are still putting out lush green growth. The forecast for this week is for above normal temperatures, and this morning I read on weather.com that the forecast for three weeks ahead calls for the temperatures to remain above normal. In previous years the olives have flowered in late January, but I have no clue as to what will happen this year. I open the doors and vents on sunny days to keep the temperature down, so that the plants can get their chill cycle. If it were not for the plants, I would close the vents, and sit in my lawn chair and enjoy the warmth and sunshine. Well, whatever the reason, I am not complaining, as each day passes it is one less day of winter.