Living History: The Murrell Home in Oklahoma

    This past weekend, my daughter and I set off on a gorgeous late spring morning, just after torrential rains and window-shaking thunderstorms the night before. The storms had brought in cooler temperatures, which get fewer and farther between as we head toward summer out here in Oklahoma.    We were headed toward The […]

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Winter Prairie at Woolaroc

   A few days back, I loaded up my truck full of little girls and one toddler boy and we headed north towards the wilds of Woolaroc. Woolaroc is the former ranch of oil tycoon Frank Philips and is part wildlife sanctuary, part fine art museum. Tucked into the rural landscape of Osage County near […]

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A visit with Washington

   Last week my friend Beth and her little Z met up at Gilcrease Museum to see their George Washington exhibit. I’d heard great things about it, and since I am a fan of colonial art, architecture and history, I thought I should get myself over there to see it!    The exhibit was devoted […]

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