As we tick another year off the countdown clock it’s a good time to reflect. Let us ponder some of the struggles we still must endure in our modern, connected world of 2019.Continue reading They can put a man on the moon…
I often get surprised looks when people ask me where I’m from.
People new to Tulsa are often amazed at the number of natives they encounter. In our mobile society it’s unusual for people to live and work the same place they were born. Most American cities today are made up of transplants– sometimes imported from nearby, sometimes from the other side of the country.
Our trip to Austin was not the smoothest excursion.
But we finally made it to COTA, joined friends for a great time and watched an exciting race with a nail-biter of a finish.
Continue reading Getting There – it isn’t always the fun part
Another Tulsa Tough is in the record books.
The 2018 edition was the hottest on record. And it showed on Cry Baby Hill, where the crowds were small and the EMTs were busy. Curiously, the theme on the Hill was “state fair,” which made it difficult to tell who was or was not in costume.
Last week Jackie volunteered to help clean up an eagle nesting habitat along Riverside Drive between 91st and 96th Streets. I had a free day off work and decided to join her. It was a sunny day and we prepared to pick up litter.
But it was a tad bit more litter than we had anticipated. Continue reading Riverside Cleanup