The events of the world may be important, but there's nothing more important than the life that happens within our very own homes.
Thanks, Trixie! I didn't remember that. I should be ashamed, but I'm not a big Oklahoma history buff. Don't tell ER. I think a lot of history is boring. I know, I know. I said I should be ashamed!
*ducks his head in shame and disgrace*
Saw Oklahoma! over the weekend. My niece is the vocal-music instructor back in the western Kansas hometown and directs the annual musical.This year, it was Oklahoma!. I've lived in the Cowboy State (instead of the other word for it, because I don't like OU at all) eight years, and I'm happy to say the musical does it justice. Even high schoolers attempting to dance and sing do it justice. "The land we belong to is grand ..."Of course, I hail from the Wildcat State, and we're still in mournin' today.
My wonderful home state. Where when I started school (manymoons ago) I was on child inschool that spoke English.The rest spoke Cherokee. Ilearned some, but forgot mostby now..
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