Winter Date Ideas Around Tulsa

Sporting Event Choose between a football, hockey, or basketball game.  A sporting event offers a fun and competitive environment.  Get lost in the game and allow it to take the edge off.  If you're not into sports there is the annual WinterFest that is held outside the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa.  WinterFest has a... Continue Reading →

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Fab Five

Five of my favorite things once again! Self Realization If you're around someone long enough it is inevitable for you to find something that you dislike about that person.  A lot of the times it's simply nitpicking.  I can be merciless when it comes to nitpicking.  However, I realize this and flat-out know that it... Continue Reading →

Where Did The Time Go?

I write this as I sit at my desk at work on a Friday.  Feeling so restless.  David and I have been in our new place for several days.  We're still not adjusted. New scenery, new noises, and new neighbors.  However, I can't wait any longer.  I need to get back into a groove.  I... Continue Reading →

Fellow Okie – Sarah Bowen

  Artists are fair and festival staples.  From paintings-to-wind chimes-to-blown glass sculptures, you can find almost anything at a local festival.  If you're lucky, you might even find Sarah Bowen and her tiny creations.  Sarah is the artist and owner of Tiny Things by Bowen.  She is also a Fellow Okie! What’s your name? Sarah Bowen... Continue Reading →

SUMMER FAVES 2018

It is summer, summer, summer time! At least here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Of course, I had to share with you some of the things I am into for this summer. I had to include a mini Bath & Body Works haul and give a shout out to my Okie feature! Hop over to the channel... Continue Reading →

The Blue Whale of Catoosa, OK

The famous U.S. Route 66 was established in 1926 and nicknamed the Mother Road by some. The highway runs from Illinois through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California. There are several attractions along the route to entertain travelers. One of the various attractions is the Blue Whale in Catoosa, Oklahoma. The Blue... Continue Reading →

Fellow Okie – Hillary Rankin

A love for food is the thing I have most in common with Hillary Rankin. Not only do we share a love for food, but we also share a love for curating our favorite things on a blog to share with everyone. Hillary is the brain, face, and architect behind 918plate.com, a blog showcasing her... Continue Reading →

Dañar (damage)

Some would say "change is good". Even the one and only Stevie Nicks said, "...But time makes you bolder Even children get older And I'm getting older, too." -song Landslide The season is changing here in Oklahoma. Fall is slowly evolving into winter. I personally am not a big fan of winter. However, this year... Continue Reading →

Fall Bucket List

Hey y'all! The time of the year for flannel shirts, college football, and gooey s'mores by the fire is here! One or all of those things I listed may not be on your checklist of activities for autumn but don't let that stop you from creating a list of fun things to do this cool... Continue Reading →

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