in the middle
there is a lot of kansas. sometimes i forget that fact, living on the very right hand side of it. i love those long flat swaths of yellow, i couldn't keep my eyes away from them. or the camera. people like to say there is nothing in the middle of kansas, but that's not true at all. i found trains, power lines, windmills and cows, all four which compliment the flat grasslands quite nicely. we went to see molly, ever so briefly, yesterday in oklahoma city for a book signing. there was talk of getting chocolate malts at braum's, but a little girl with a fever made for a change of plans. as david said, there's always something when you've got three kids involved. despite the fever (and motrin and tylenol and pedialyte) it was nice to get away for a bit.