By Scott Shephard
On a Saturday morning a couple years ago, my wife sent me out to get the paper, which was wrapped in plastic due to a slow, cold drizzle that was falling. When I picked up the paper, I noticed that the water had beaded up on the plastic and then frozen. So, before I let my wife unwrap and read the paper, I put it on the dining room table and took a couple photos before the ice started to melt. Some people read the paper (left brained); some people take photos of it (right brained).