And how was your weekend? Here in south-central Kansas, our weekend was lovely. Friday was warm and sunny, albeit a bit windy. We headed straight to a big old park right in the Riverside neighborhood after school.
The city replaced all the cool old playground equipment at all the parks. This poor, closed-up, slideless rocket is all that remains, a ghost of fun and scary playtimes past.
Saturday morning, Little Sis and I drove back to Riverside, where we met her Daisy Scout troop at Botanica. Everything was in beautiful bloom, maybe even more so than last week.
After we ate lunch at home, we headed back to Riverside to visit the Keeper of the Plains. Big Sis brought her camera, Little Sis brought her sketch pad. We walked, we clicked, we drew. We even witnessed a wedding, which was happening at the Keeper's feet as we were walking back across the bridge!
We were so overheated after our walk - it was almost 90 degrees outside! - that the girls came home and ran in the sprinkler for a while. Sunday morning, we attended a lovely Palm Sunday service at church, then the girls ran home and played in the sprinkler again. As they changed clothes for lunch, a storm rolled into town. The temperature dropped. We went to a birthday party. The temperature dropped again. We went to see a super live production of Into The Woods downtown. It was getting very cold.
This was the view out my front door this morning. Ah, Kansas. If you don't like the weather, wait five minutes. It will change.
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