JANUARY JOY: Tasha Means’ hair got a jolt from static electricity as the 3-year-old zipped down a slide Jan. 29 at River Hill Park on Crosby Drive in Lexington. Temperatures in late ­January neared record highs before returning to seasonal norms. Tasha’s mom, Belinda Means, said her twin girls — Tasha’s sister is Maddie — had wanted to play outside for days.
JANUARY JOY: Tasha Means’ hair got a jolt from static electricity as the 3-year-old zipped down a slide Jan. 29 at River Hill Park on Crosby Drive in Lexington. Temperatures in late ­January neared record highs before returning to seasonal norms. Tasha’s mom, Belinda Means, said her twin girls — Tasha’s sister is Maddie — had wanted to play outside for days. Herald-Leader
JANUARY JOY: Tasha Means’ hair got a jolt from static electricity as the 3-year-old zipped down a slide Jan. 29 at River Hill Park on Crosby Drive in Lexington. Temperatures in late ­January neared record highs before returning to seasonal norms. Tasha’s mom, Belinda Means, said her twin girls — Tasha’s sister is Maddie — had wanted to play outside for days. Herald-Leader

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