One Perk to Living in Kansas

You can go from winter one Saturday to “spring” the next and still be in February. Yesterday we took advantage of the weather and enjoyed working outside. Saturdays are perfect project days. Items accomplished among the family yesterday: vehicle washing and detailing, cutting up a tree, stacking and hauling wood, cleaning in the basement, organizing, computer work, and a bike ride.


“And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily,
as to the Lord, and not unto men.”
Colossians 3:23

7 thoughts on “One Perk to Living in Kansas”

  1. It was just beautiful outside this weekend! It makes me want to start working in the yard and flowerbeds, but it is still way too early, so I spent time at our local nursery getting seeds and pre-emergent and getting ideas for a new bed I am putting in this spring.

  2. Dear Maxwells,
    I was wryly smiling as I read your post. How sweet it must be to live in (what I see as) a moderate climate. Our winters are cold and harsh, especially December through February. We have knee deep snow in our backyard which has been there since late November. The ‘real feel’ temperatures over the past week have been between -8 and -18 farenheit – quite cold!! My little boy and I are starting to develop a case of cabin fever and the thought of a bike ride is almost too luxurious to imagine, haha!
    I look forward to our spring in another 6 weeks 🙂

    Bless your heart! The Lord calls everyone to different locations, and I suppose the weather is better in some place than others. California or Arizona can have some really nice winter temperatures, depending on whether you live in the mountains. Spring is on its way!

  3. It must be interesting with the weather like that!
    I think we’re set in for cold weather until Spring kicks in! 🙂

  4. Today here in Georgia it was like springtime! 🙂
    Sunshine, blue sky, birds singing, and a cool breeze – – Thank the Lord.
    It’s supposed to be turning very cold and windy here tomorrow, though.
    I’ve been praying for those who live in parts of the country with extreme weather conditions. (especially in the northeast)
    That verse you posted (Col. 3:23) is one of my VERY favorites! 🙂
    Love, Mrs. Patti

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