Our electricity was out for nine hours. We had no Wi-Fi or heat. I was exhausted after working at four locations around town. #WFHproblems
It was a low-key holiday this year. We stayed close to home, relaxed and spent time with our family.
#WinterInKansas: I learned about “Snow Squall Warnings”
One of the great things about Kansas is the weather. Wait. What? The weather? Drenched in sweat during 100 degree summers? Chilled to the bone during sub zero winters? Constant wind? "The weather" usually isn't something we talk about in "Live in Kansas" promotional materials.
For the past few years, I've dedicated one post a year to our dog, Ali. This year, I took 450 pictures of her. She loves taking walks and keeping tabs on what is going on outside.
I hardly took any pictures this Thanksgiving. We spent the holiday with Pam, Ted, Lisa, Jason and four dogs playing games, eating, disc golfing and relaxing.