These past couple of weeks have been pretty remarkable for our Great State. The State Fair just ended, and even Donald Trump made a visit! For us, it was the week of birthdays which leads to the Ellis season (we will save that for another post). But between all the festivities, campaigning, and celebrating, My husband… Continue reading A Day in My Life Continued . . . 9-23-15 or The Day I Hugged Rick Springfield
So much has happened – the fair, birthdays, and RICK SPRINGFIELD! I want to make this a weekly blog, but I don’t know when I’ll have time to really dig in. Here’s a teaser blog so you will know to stay tuned. Until then, enjoy some pictures of Rick hugging me
Last week I wrote about my short visit to Sulphur. I spoke of the winery and the little eatery where we dined, but there is more to the Suphur/Davis area. It is a place that will always be part of my childhood and part of my heart. My Granny and Aunt Birdie (as my mom thought… Continue reading Sulphur Revisited
Last night I meet some friends in my Favorite Town That I Never Lived In. We began our evening in downtown Sulphur at The Rusty Nail Winery. In my many visits to and through Sulphur, I never realized there was an actual downtown area. I thought the highway coming into town from Ada that intersected into the… Continue reading Sulphuric Adventure
We have been trying to eat at home more and trying to eat our leftovers, so we are not throwing food away. My food is edible, but leftovers have always been a last resort meal. I must admit that I love eating the leftovers because it means I do not have to cook! I am… Continue reading A Day in My Life . . . 9/10/15
It’s football season in Oklahoma. The leaves are still green but front doors are adorn with either crimson and cream Boomer flags, or orange and black, loyal and true wreaths and other decorations that tout a family’s collegiate preference. Personally, my family, my cousins, aunts and uncles, are Sooner fans. I have always been a… Continue reading Spring, Summer, Football!