Three days equals 72 hours, unless an ice storm knocks out your power and then three days equals 234 hours and you have to play CLUE for every single one of them. Because, umm, Parcheesi was not happening and the batteries to Operation were, of course, dead. Every few years a bad ice storm rolls […]
Contractors renovating Emerson High School in Oklahoma City, made an awesome discovery this week. Behind existing chalkboards they discovered vintage slate chalkboard lessons, drawings, instructions and a prayer from 1917. The prayer reads: “I give my head and my heart and my life to my God and One nation indivisible with justice for all.” Maybe if we still had prayer […]
Here is my son Sullivan at the OKC Zoo on his class field trip a few weeks ago. He was being very kind to the Lorikeets giving them sweet nectar to eat! Yum. If you live in the OKC-metro area YOU might win something sweet! I’ve partnered with KIND and zulily to promote the Kindness […]
I get so sad remembering the Oklahoma bombing, but I never get sad when I think of Jill. I met her during my years at Southern Nazarene University. She was a member of the Class of 1991. I graduated in 1990. RIP Beautiful Jill. I know you’re with our Lord.
Thanks to Mari Farthing and Stephanie Clinton, community managers for Oklahoma Women Bloggers, several local bloggers recently had an opportunity to attend a presentation on Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage. Natural Grocers is a Colorado-based health food chain that opened in Oklahoma City last fall. I was still recovering from a nasty bout of the […]
We missed the Magic Fairy Ball this year. It was in September and it completely escaped me. I was so disappointed, but happy when I learned the Magic Lantern Festival would be in late October. The festival took place on The Paseo, an historic artist colony in Oklahoma City. Art galleries invited children to create […]