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Think summer: Another warming photo

2014-01-27 - Greater Gadberry, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Charles Marshburn. Charles Marshburn of the Gadberry/Fairplay community shares the "Think Warm" photograph to keep psychologically comfortable in the freeze coming later this week. The idea is a corollary hundreds of former students of the late Mr. James Ennis, geography teacher at Metcalfe County High School used to tell students when they sat in humid, sweltering, un-airconditioned rooms. He'd tell the students, "Think Alaska", he'd say with a devilish grin in his eyes, daring any of his students to faint from heat and fall out of the uncomfortable chairs. "Think sunflowers" is a welcome thought, and a reminder that crocuses often are in bloom the first week of February. Linda Waggener
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