The weather has been so beautiful and warm here for most of fall, but we have had some interesting days. A couple of weeks ago, it was really rainy and chilly, and when the skies cleared, there was actually a dusting of snow on the mountains. I know that seems a little early, but considering the dry year we had in 2014, it was a welcome sight. But as quickly as the snow came, it left and reached almost 90 degrees!
A couple of weeks before the snow, we went to the amphitheater in our historic town to see my sons banjo teacher play in his band. It is a bluegrass band, and against the backdrop of the mountains and our quaint town, it was so pleasant and lovely, that I could not resist taking my phone out and snapping a couple of pictures of the clouds with the setting sun shining on them. So beautiful, and we were so lucky to see a rainbow appear. The scene was made even more beautiful when the band started playing “Matthew” by John Denver. Go and listen to it, and you will love it! Reminds me of home, Oklahoma though, not Kansas.
These past few days have been filled with clouds and spits of rain, giving us hope in the west of a wetter winter.
How has the weather been in your neck of the woods?
Love to you all,