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180 Degrees
Tuesday 15th of March 2011 09:13 AM

By Kim L. Fritzemeier

KFRM Central Kansas Reporter

Farm Wife along the Stafford/Reno County Line

Change always comes bearing gifts.
~Price Pritchett

Well, maybe the temperature didn't shift 180 degrees, but Sunday's unexpected snowstorm certainly changed my plans.

In Manhattan on Saturday, I'd left my coat in the car when we went into Bramlage Coliseum for the KSHSAA recognition of state basketball championship teams. (I'll have more on my reunion with my high school basketball team later!)

I was in Clay Center at my sister's when I found out it was snowing and sleeting at home. So I stayed put.

From shirt sleeve weather to snow: What can I say? It's that shift from winter to spring in Kansas. 

My sister got an unexpected overnight guest. And then, on Monday morning, I woke to a picture postcard scene.

I couldn't resist grabbing the camera: There was beauty in all directions.

The blanket of white coating the trees got the Currier and Ives stamp of approval.

No, my day didn't go as planned yesterday. I didn't get as many things crossed off my list.

But ...

Change always comes bearing gifts.
~Price Pritchett
(including about 0.60 of moisture on our farm ground at home!)


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