In Oklahoma, like in many other places, there is beauty everywhere. But in this South Central U.S. state, beauty is more likely to strike you from the sky.
Tulsa -also known as T-town- has lost some of its luster to Oklahoma City. But it remains a lively city, as shown by its down-to-earth and friendly people, its Art Deco buildings, its unusual sightseeing destinations and its love for the Arts.
Church signs as means to quickly and effectively communicate a message. Here is a Ponca City example.
I wrote this little -but heartfelt- three-minutes tribute to a dear fellow Toastmaster, Hilary, of the Bartlesville Club in Oklahoma in January 2014. I keep exceptional memories of my Toastmasters friends.
An attitude of full acceptance when problems show up: open your arms and take it all in. Or else.
How about pausing from your daily frenzy?. Read a book! Better than watching TV or browsing the Internet.
“Nostalgia is a seductive liar” – George Ball.
We may be fooled that this life is still. Far from that, it is vibrant changing and evolving.
E.W. Marland came from another state and established his residence in Ponca City, Oklahoma, from all the places, in the early 20th century. Much later, I followed on Mr. Marland’ footsteps…