Got to take a picture of something in Kansas.
Took this picture over my head without looking while in a car on I-70 in Kansas. Not the best picture in the world, but an incredibly lucky shot.
The new windmills absolutely dwarf this farm and it's windmill. The pavement in the foreground is I-70. Would have liked a car driving by too, to add even more contrast of old vs new. I also like the triangle framing - reminds me of The Raft of Medusa.
Especially like the coloring on this one.
This is the look off on Mt. Sequoyah in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I used to live a few minutes from here. I really enjoyed my time in Fayetteville this break. It's a hidden gem.
A familiar scene on the Marsh Farm - my dad, John Marsh, pulling up to the house in his dirty white pickup truck.
Jack, the dog.
Jason introduces the family to "the internet."
Jerry, a master chef, preps the waffle maker on Christmas Eve.
This is Kaye, Jerry, and Jason's house. However, it's also my first home. I lived here until I was eight.
John and Michelle don't mind sharing a seat.
This is Earl, the newest cat in the family.
This is Levon, the best cat in the family.
Haley and Mattie stack their gifts and make room for even more to come.
The six inch prediction wasn't quite right.
Mattie is super excited about her cheese cake from Haley.
Here's what she doesn't know.