After a week of rain and cold, I was positive this session would be postponed. When I woke up on Friday, however, the clouds had subsided and the sun was shining. I was optimistic that even with the chill, we would have great weather. The internet told me there was a 10% chance of rain for West Lafayette, and I hit 421 south with a smile on my face. Miles and miles of gorgeous farm land and scattered little towns, all beneath a gorgeous big blue sky. I should have known, however, that a 10% chance of anything unfortunate happening to me was more like a 75% chance of that same ridiculous circumstance happening to anyone else. So of course, minutes before our session began, bang! The temperature AND fat rain drops fell. Samantha and Zach were troopers, however, and in between the showers, we snuck around and captured several key Purdue locations, and probably three or four different days of weather, in just two hours. Nothing says Midwest like unpredictable, illogical, and random weather patterns in short bursts woven into a crappy day. Their company, combined with some great Indian food, followed by a peanut butter shake, made the day less crappy. It’s always nice to be back in West Lafayette, and I’ll be returning in a few weeks for another session. I know Khana Khazana will be waiting for me!