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Gone Fishin’

Apparently, all Oklahomans fish. It’s not optional. Even new, gangly-legged transplants are expected to pole-up and do their part. Shortly after our move from my home state to his, my new step-father decided the seven year-old me needed[...] read more

Hillbilly Chili

A memory from another August …

So we have our annual Chili Cook-off last Sunday. And just like every year, little paper donkeys hung on the walls of the church office. Honey-combed sombreros and chili peppers dotted the tables. A giant blow-up[...] read more

The Beez Neez

We went queen-shopping last month down at the local bee supply store. That’s where you go when you’re in need of a queen, don’t you know. Picked us up a nice little Italian queen whom we promptly named Luccia. What … did you[...] read more

Those talented cephalopods

Happy Sunday, everyone! I’m out the door in a few minutes, but I have to share this video with you first. We heard about it on our drive back from Tahoe and I couldn’t wait to get online and see it for myself.

Scroll down to see the video.[...] read more

Wild Kingdom

I’m at the home of my very lovely friends, Terry and Nancy Clark enjoying a little rest between a women’s retreat at Twin Peaks (which was wonderful) and my flight home tomorrow night. We spent[...] read more


Kip is a wild girl. She’s a cat on the run. She’s a frustrating mix of need and paranoia, of “touch me” and “don’t you dare.” As a kitten, she endured my petting, because she hadn’t yet discovered she[...] read more

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