One of the many things that I love about spring and early summer are the festivals and events hosted outdoors. In Oklahoma, late April and May, there are many festivals, marathons, and other events sponsored each weekend. These events are a sign of the season and they each provide culture for our community. This weekend, … Continue reading Festival of Art
Today is Cinco de Mayo and here in Oklahoma we celebrate the day with great Mexican food. We have numerous local Tex-Mex and Mexican restaurants to enjoy a good meal and the further south one travels the more authentic the Mexican food will be. The history of Cinco de Mayo, the 5th of May, is … Continue reading Tamales with Chorizo
This week my occupation took me to Charleston, South Carolina for a spring industry meeting. As usual, I left Oklahoma bright and early on Tuesday morning and headed through Atlanta to Charleston, SC. My arrrival was a day late to the meeting, but in time for the primary industry speaker scheduled to attend on Wednesday. … Continue reading Lowcountry Boil
During the day I spend a significant time with a computer, in meetings and traveling to meetings. I enjoy what I do, like who I work with, and like helping the clients that I work for. This work keeps my mind active, and it has me striving to improve my skills, and sharpen my focus … Continue reading Work Like a Border Collie
As I sit here on this chilly rainy Saturday pouting because its too cold for just a t-shirt I have to wear a sweater. I refuse to wear socks, so my feet are blue from being so cold. I also know that we need this rain. The rain will make everything green and lush and … Continue reading Rainy Saturday
Sliders, Wings, Hot dogs, Hot links. . . It's what's for dinner no matter how cold it is outside! Dry rubbed wings with onion powder, red pepper, chili powder, black pepper, sugar, cinnamon, and drizzled with honey and olive oil! Delicious! Sliders, best left alone with a sprinkle of onion powder, salt, and pepper. The … Continue reading 45 degrees and Grilling!